Effective today, the National Park Service is re-opening some trails in the Springs Fire Burn Area.
Most trails in the small Rancho Sierra Vista / Satwiwa unit just north of Point Mugu State Park have re-opened, although they are currently only open from sunrise to sunset. Portions of the Satwiwa Loop Trail are closed, although hikers can reach the Hidden Valley Overlook. (PDF).
The Mishe Mokwa Trail to Sandstone Peak is now re-opened to hikers, although the Backbone Trail west of the Point Mugu State Park boundary is closed.
All trails inside Point Mugu State Park, including Sycamore Canyon, remain closed and off-limits to hikers, although Thornhill Broome, Sycamore Cove, and Mugu Beaches are open and accessible.
He has also been featured on Good Morning America, NPR, and the Associated Press, as well as in documentaries for Columbia Sportswear and the OTIS College of Art and Design.
Casey was one of eight people chosen by the National Parks Foundation to participate in the 2015 Find Your Park Expedition. His first book "Day Hiking Los Angeles," will be published by Mountaineers Books in 2016.
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This post was written by Casey Schreiner on May 14, 2013