Frazier Falls Trail is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Clio, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Directions from Graeagle: Travel south on Hwy. #89 for 1.5 miles and turn right onto Primar Forest Route #24. Travel for approximately 1.5 miles and turn left onto County Road #501. Follow the road for approximately 2.25 miles and veer left at the fork. Follow the road for another 0.75 miles and this will lead you to the picnic ground and trailhead. Trailhead T.21N., R12E., NW 1/2 Section 9.
Perfect hike for kids!!
My husband and I found this hike while traveling CA 89! It's an amazing short 1 mile around trip hike! There is also a lot of opportunity to go off trail and explore the wilderness.
Beautiful trail, very easy, with the reward of a lovely waterfall and viewing deck. Must do early Spring (snow patches) through mid-summer (the falls dry up). The ADA accessibility is a unique element, obviously making it more crowded, but not at all challenging for hiker types. It's still worth it for all nature lovers and serves as a very inclusive activity.
The only reason I give it 4 stars is because of the negligence of the dog owners as far as disposing of their waste. I was shocked at how many "baggies" and "piles" there were along the trails. Shameful!
Did this trail today for the first time...WOW!! WHAT A GORGEOUS TRAIL!" I highly recommend doing this simply enjoyable "stroll" to see the waterfall(best in springtime), you won't regret it. Bring a lunch, there are picnic tables and nice bothrooms at the trail head. Benches along the paved path. Great for kid strollers, wheelchairs, and slow walkers/small children.
We have done this trail 3 times. It is perfects for all ages, and is ADA compatible with black top trail. However, there are opportunities to get off the paved walkway and actually climb. Especially if you want to stand on top of the falls!
This trail is great for all skill levels and is wheelchair accessible. It's a short, easy, paved path with beautiful scenery the entire way. There is plenty of parking, clean restrooms, and picnic tables at the trailhead. There are also a few benches along the trail. We love this trail and highly recommend it, especially for beginners and for families:)
Nice, short, paved walk. It is better to see the falls in April or May while the water is high.
A nice easy, paved, wide trail that leads to a lookout of the falls. The falls was roaring when I went. Dog friendly. A nice way to start or end your day. Worth the trip down the road!!
Very easy hike with excellent views! The path is paved smooth with many benches alongside and railings guarding steep edges making it accessible to visitors of most ages and abilities. There are restrooms at the trail head.
cute short walk to falls, seeing glacier scrapes along the way. it's a great walk to add to your day if you have done another short hike or staying at a near by lodge or camping with children or older folks. we like checking it out each time we're up in the area to see the water run off.
This trail is not challenging in the slightest, but is absolutely beautiful!!! Will return to do more exploring!
Paved, easy, short & beautiful.
Nice easy hike with a good view of the falls.
The trail is now a paved path and wheelchair accessible. It's a little rough still but a super light and easy wander through the woods that comes out at a lookout near the falls. Fun and only took us a half hour to wander out am back. The falls are better to see around spring early summer when all the snow is melting.
I've come back to this trail to take my family many times. Its easy for children or the elderly. The trail is quite beautiful with plenty of trees, glacier carved rock, and nice bridge over the creek.