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Chris Glenn, Randall Diamond, Brent Spencer, Jeremy Glenn, Dallin Earl, and Travis Neal on top of High Peak.

"Pinnacles 2009" is the third episode of Danville 2nd Ward Young Men, which aired March 28, 2009.

Dates: March 27-28, 2009

Preceded By: Marin Day Trip 2009

Followed By: High Adventure 2009

Synopsis Edit

Dallin Earl, Chris Glenn, Jeremy Glenn, and Travis Neal go on a camping trip to Pinnacles National Monument with Brent Spencer and Randall Diamond. Along the way, they stop at an In-N-Out, where Dallin gets hyped up on four milkshakes.
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Dallin Earl, Travis Neal, Chris Glenn, and Jeremy Glenn stuck on the highway, outside of Paicines.

After driving even further, they run out of gas alongside the highway, outside the town of Paicines. They caught the attention of a lady passing by, named Linda. Luckily, she lived close by, and Randall went with her to get gas. They eventually get to the Pinnacles National Monument campground late at night.

The next day, they create what would be a camping trip classic for breakfast called "Sunrise Stew", (eggs, bacon, sausage, cheese, and hashbrowns mixed together). They then pack up and go on a hike up to High Peak. Along the way, they stop at some at some caves (Fallen Rock Caves) alongside the trail, full of giant chambers.

They then hike through the massive Bear Gulch Caves. At one point, they have to climb up a stream through a small space into a larger cave. Travis gets stuck a little bit, so they have to take off their packs, pass them through, and then climb through.

They then continue on to Bear Gulch Reservoir and up to High Peak, where they have cold pizza for lunch, and back down the other trail.
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Exploring the Fallen Rock Caves.

People In This Episode Edit

Locations Edit

Trivia Edit

  • First episode to feature video.
  • The first "Pinnacles" episode.

Featured Music Edit

  • "Here It Goes Again" by OK Go
  • "The Raiders March from 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'" by John Williams