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    Member Since June 2017

    Amy Pine

    Sacramento, California 

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    Amy Pine reviewed Shirley Canyon Cascades Trail

    11 months ago

    Beautiful hike! Made it to Shirley lake then continued on to High Camp. So many gorgeous wildflowers. It's not easy - Lots of rock scrambling. further up as you head higher in elevation it can be tough but a fantastic hike. I met 71 year old jack and his (it's really his neighbor's) dog Lucy who do this hike everyday. He's a badass and he lead me from just past the halfway point to the top.

    Amy Pine completed Shirley Canyon Cascades Trail

    11 months ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Valley Floor Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Easy and nice trail. Took my dogs with me and we went to mirror lake and back. About 7 miles total. Not too many people once you get away from the lodge area.

    Amy Pine completed Valley Floor Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Horseshoe Bend Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Gorgeous view!! Definitely a must see/must do hike. If you are afraid of heights, it may not be for you as you can stand very close to the edge with no railing. I went yesterday, part of the holiday weekend, and there were a lot of people mid day, but it wasn't too bad. I would love to go back for sunrise or sunset.

    Amy Pine completed Horseshoe Bend Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Cathedral Rock Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Hiked this today and loved it! The view at the top is so worth it! It's not an easy hike though. And the description for this hike says "dog friendly" however I would recommend you NOT bring dogs unless maybe they are bigger dogs that like to rock climb. I have two small dogs that do love to hike but this is like bouldering and scrambling up rocks and a crevice as well. About halfway up I had to put one of my dogs in my backpack and we did make it up. I had to hold one dog while going up the crevice area. You need your hands to climb up a portion of it. Hard to hold leashes. But its a gorgeous area and great hike!

    Amy Pine completed Cathedral Rock Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Homestead-Blue Ridge Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Amy Pine completed Homestead to Blue Ridge Loop

    almost 2 years ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Mumford Bar Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Enter through a small campground. I parked near the campers and started my hike there. The signage is a little rough and then you come upon a sign that just says Trail that someone carved in wood. There's been a forest fire there recently so lots of fallen, cut down and burned trees everywhere. It's pretty desolate out there. Once you get to about 4 miles you see a river and a little further up you can walk out to it. I did 8.8 miles today. It's pretty boring for most of that way down. Be careful of the blackberry areas that haven't been cleared throughout the trail. Lots of thorns. Didn't see much poison oak which was kind of nice. Definitely hard climb back up.

    Amy Pine completed Mumford Bar Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Euchre Bar Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Started at 7:30am on a super hot day and was the only hiker out there til I passed one as I was coming back. Saw some folks camping down by the water. Lots and lots of poison oak. I wore shorts but you should probably wear pants. Lots of trees down and the trail isn't cleared out in certain areas. Also not many signs to mark the trail. Did stop along the rocks and water for a break. It was very beautiful! Peaceful and nice out there. The last 1.75 miles were pretty hard though. Straight up! Be prepared for that. Whenever you go down, you must go up.

    Amy Pine completed Euchre Bar Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Amy Pine reviewed Sly Park Jenkinson Lake Loop Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Such a beautiful hike. Started bright and early at 7:30am and went clockwise around the lake. It was marked fairly well but there were a few spots that were a bit confusing. If you stay to the trails closest to the lake you are good to go. I did have to create my own path back to my car, which was parked in the few visitor spots by the park entrance, after I went past the boat launch. I'm not sure how I could have gotten up there other than to walk along the highway next time? So I walked up a hill over where they had cut down trees. Other than that it was gorgeous and very few people on the trails. Watch for mountain bikers. I did also get just over 9 miles on my watch.

    Amy Pine completed Sly Park Jenkinson Lake Loop Trail

    almost 2 years ago