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American River Confluence to Lake Clementine
Auburn, CA-Contrasting dynamics and a wild-river canyon take center stage on this hike. You’ll encounter raging rapids, soothing pools, a loud waterfall at a dam, and a tranquil lake. Start near the confluence of the north and middle forks of the American River, and follow the North Fork’s deep and rocky canyon journey where it is interrupted by serene Lake Clementine. Hiking Trails
© Copyright Marc J. Soares Published by The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.
 

American River Bike Path
Sacramento, CA- Arguably one of the most successful and beautifully paved bike paths in northern California, this 32-mile gem of a trail stretches from downtown Sacramento eastward to Folsom Dam (64 miles round-trip). Also known as the Jedediah Smith National Recreation Trail, the American River Bike Path is nearly 100% separate from vehicle roads (a mile or two shares the road). Hiking Trails
© Copyright Linda Austin Published by Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved

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Half Dome
Merced, CA-Half Dome is the symbol of Yosemite, its summit the goal of just about everybody who has ever donned a pair of hiking boots. It is a grueling workout, especially if you do it in one day, but if you spend the night in Little Yosemite Valley and tackle the peak first thing the second morning Hiking Trails
© Copyright Suzanne Swedo Published by Falcon Publishing. All Rights Reserved.
 
20 Lakes Basin Loop (Backpacking)
Bishop, CA-This easy trip can even be done as a dayhike, and you won’t believe how much alpine beauty is packed into such a short jaunt. 20 Lakes Basin is set among majestic peaks and is full of pretty lakes. Yet, in spite of its rugged setting, the trail through it is mostly gentle to moderate Hiking Trails
© Copyright Paul Backhurst, Editor Published by Wilderness Press. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
North Fork of the American River
Auburn, CA-The North Fork of the American River is touted for whitewater rafting and gold mining. It’s rough and scenic, with boulder banks, raging rapids, and deep-blue pools. This ruggedly secluded hike lets you get intimate with this famous fork Hiking Trails
© Copyright John & Marc Soares Published by The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
Mount Whitney
Lone Pine, CAThis expedition takes you to the top of the highest peak in the contiguous United States, and to unparalleled views- Hiking Trails
© Copyright Laurel Scheidt Published by Falcon Publishing. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
Deep Creek Hot Springs
Hesperia, CA-A cluster of natural hot springs in an isolated canyon in the high desert. Deep Creek has become a favorite spot for those who like to go without clothing. Requires a gradual 6-mile hike or a steeper 2-mile one. The Deep Creek Hot Springs are quite a find and will amaze you once you get there Hiking Trails.
© Copyright Matt C. Bischoff Published by Falcon Publishing. All Rights Reserved
 
 
Holy Jim Falls Trail
Lake Forest, CA-Undoubtedly, the hike into Holy Jim Canyon is one of the most scenic and interesting in the Santa Ana Mountains. The hike passes under a multitude of trees, and crosses Holy Jim Creek many times before eventually reaching the falls, a 35-foot cascade and popular picnic spot. Hiking Trails
© Copyright Randy Vogel Published by Falcon Publishing. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
Big Santa Anita Loop
Arcadia, CA-In the lush, shady recesses of Big Santa Anita Canyon and its tributary, Winter Creek, you can easily lose all sight and sense of the hundreds of square miles of dense metropolis, and the millions of people, that lie just over the ridge tot he south Hiking Trails
© Copyright Jerry Schad Published by Wilderness Press. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
San Gorgonio Mountain
Big Bear Lake, CA-This memorable trip is perhaps the finest backpack route in southern California, touring the region’s most scenic high-mountain landscape. Glacial cirques, virgin forests, windswept alpine ridges, two subalpine lakes, a lush meadow, and panoramic vistas make this one of the finest and most memorable hikes in southern California Hiking Trails.
 © Copyright Ron Adkison Published by Falcon Publishing. All Rights Reserved.
 
 
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