AMRT responds to call for hikers stuck on a hillside in Eaton Canyon - 6-17-2016

Eaton Canyon June 17, 2016

On 06/17/16 at 1040 hours the Altadena Mountain Rescue Team was activated for the rescue of two hikers stranded on a steep hillside in Eaton Canyon in the Angeles National Forest.  The hikers, a 20 y/o male and 22 y/o female, both residing in the Eagle Rock area of Los Angeles were stuck approximately 50 feet above the bottom of the canyon.  The hikers were attempting reach the upper waterfall, in the closed area of Eaton Canyon, when they became stranded.  They were located clinging to small bushes on the steep hillside. Rescuers were able to reach the two victims and safely hike them down with assistance from an anchored rope line..  The hikers were not injured and hiked out of the canyon on their own.  This incident concluded at 1300 hours on 06/17/16

***Please note it is illegal to hike above the canyon bottom in Eaton Canyon*** There is no hiking trail that leads to the second falls and doing so may result in a fine up to $5,000.00, injury, or even death

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