Stagecoach Trail is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Auburn, California that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Loved this trail. Hiked in from the Ranger Station and Manzanita trail. climbed to upper Stagecoach, Flood Road trail and then down to Confluence via the cutoff trail. Great hike with beautiful views and very friendly hikers/bikers.
I started at the Ranger Station taking the Manzanita Trail up to Stagecoach Trail then down to the Confluence. I prefer this hike in colder weather because the sun does shine most of the day on this side of the river.
Great hike! Beautiful views and great trails if you want to take a dip or just enjoy the water!
The first part of the hike is straight up hill, which is a nice challenge. The rest of the hike gains in elevation moderately. Nice view of the confluence area, but the end of the hike is anti climactic, with no views. It's a nice hike that is partly shaded. Parking can be difficult to find if you don't get there early enough.
nothing much to write about
Decent trail with a nice steady incline. Some good views of the No-Hands bridge and the confluence area. I took the Mossy Rock side trail and went up to the Foresthill bridge and back down on the Bridge View Trail which was way more interesting than the main route that is mapped.
Very easy fire trail. Great for young kids but a little boring.
easy hike for everyone.