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Heidi Dorfmeier reviewed Bassi Falls Short Route
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Lots of fallen tress and snow on the road and trail

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This is hike is great really good mixture of shade and sun.

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Erica King reviewed Bassi Falls
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Nature tripsBlowdownGreat!Icy

I would give it a 5 as the hike was good and falls are awesome. However the trai was almost non-existent, only found two signs the end of trail. lots of downed trees and limbs covering trail. got off trail many times.

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Bill T reviewed Bassi Falls
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Some snow but not enough for micro spikes. Lots of downfall including on access road. Easy to get off trail. Falls were great. I've seen it better but welcome to a light snowfall year.

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kyle snipes reviewed Bassi Falls
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Tough navigating the actual trail to the falls. Downed trees and some snow patches made it quite difficult as there are barely any markings of any kind anywhere. Once at the falls though it was very nice. First weekend of April was a great time to see the the river running high and the falls flowing well.

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Emily Ginnever reviewed One Eye Creek Trail
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The trail was very nice at first but then it starts to get very narrow at 1.5miles and my dog ended up getting 10-15 ticks and there was a lot of thorns and poison ivy.

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well maintained, easy to follow beautiful.

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Jill Pineda reviewed Bassi Falls
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Carlos Granados reviewed Bassi Falls
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Carlos Granados reviewed Bassi Falls
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samantha martin reviewed One Eye Creek Trail
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very overgrown , a lot of ticks, lots of poison ivy/oak, not a big waterfall just some rapids, not very pretty

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friendly people.on the trail plus views makes this place awesome!

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Lots of ups and downs, but not too terrible. The trail started off rocky, but it evens out after the first mile or two. Surprisingly not busy for a Saturday morning.

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katty panyasithavong reviewed Bassi Falls
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Eric Bacy reviewed Bassi Falls
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HikingBlowdownGreat!Snow

Lived up to the desolate namesake on a Thursday afternoon in late March. Still a good amount of snow, can be done without snowshoes but tons of downed trees and snow banks made it hard to find the trail at many points. Only parking is 1.5 mi from trailhead until April 1.

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Bill T reviewed Acorn Creek Trail
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Crossed under Salmon Falls bridge into a herd of cattle. Up the brand new trail which wiggles quite a bit before heading roughly west. Took short as yet unbuilt connector trail to Farmington trail through Skunk Hollow trailhead and South Fork American River trail to Acorn Creek trail back. Wednesday evening and nobody on the trail. Footing good and Sunsets amazing.

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Good moderate hike. Just enough to get your heartbeat up but lots of recovery time.

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Bill T reviewed Acorn Creek Trail
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Was raining lightly, and heavy rain last 2 days, so trail was a little slick: especially portion on remnants of old Salmon Falls roadbed.

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HikingFeeGreat!Rocky

Beautiful winding trail with many different aspects. The beginning is a climb with rocky red dirt which was a bit slippery - I was glad I brought my trekking poles. Tons of blooming manzanita and tiny wildflowers. After awhile the trail evens out and meanders through oak and pine trees with blooming bushes and mossy rocks. About halfway to the end there's a meadow with lots of oak trees and a few picnic tables, great spot to stop for a snack and even turn around and head back if you're a desk potato like me. A few views of the river and a bit of noise from the road nearby. I watched birds take a bath in a puddle on the trail and bees going crazy over the blossoms. All in all a lovely place, especially in spring. $10 parking

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