UPDATE MONDAY 1:15 p.m.: Montrose Search and Rescue found the four missing hikers at about 12:30p.m. The four men were schedule to return after a hiking/camping trip on Sunday.
“They had gotten lost,” said Sgt. Gonzales, Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
MSR members found the men about 2 and a half miles from Switzer Falls and walked them out to their vehicle.
UPDATE MONDAY 6:30 a.m.: The search continues for four missing hikers from Pasadena. The men, in their 30s, reportedly left for their hike at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday. Their plan was to spend the night in the Angeles National Forest and arrive back home sometime Sunday however they never returned.
The men’s vehicle is still in the area. Members of the Montrose Search and Rescue have been searching throughout Sunday evening. They found sunglasses on a trail but no other sign of the men as of yet. The search continues, according to Sgt. Gonzales, Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
By Mary O’KEEFE
Montrose Search and Rescue were called out about 7:30 p.m. tonight (Sunday) concerning four male hikers that had yet to return from an overnight camping trip in the Angeles National Forest.
The four Pasadena men, all in their 30s, were reported to have started their hike about 7 a.m. on Saturday and planned to spend the night in the Angeles National Forest. They are thought to be in the area of the Angeles Crest Highway mile marker 33.14.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Crescenta Valley Sherif’s Station at (818) 248-3464.