Sweeping views of the Angeles National forest, the possibility of a trickle of water at Switzer Falls, and an opportunity to climb said waterfall? What more could you ask for in a hike? Come join us with Dr. Darby Saxbe to chat stress, the psychology of relationships, and the mind body connection!
PEAK: SWITZER FALLS
SCENERY: The Angeles National Forest and Arroyo Seco. Hopefully a few stream crossings too!
Darby Saxbe is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at USC. Her research examines how close relationships get under the skin to affect health and well-being. Her current study, the USC HATCH study, follows couples who are expecting their first child from pregnancy into the first year of their baby's life.
ADDRESS: Switzer Falls Trail, Angeles Crest Highway, Tujunga, CA