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    Charles Russell added Island Lake

    6 days ago

    Charles Russell reviewed Tire Mountain Trail

    10 days ago

    A fantastic hike for wildflowers! You find them right away at the trailhead, and every turn brings more. We didn't go all the way to the mountain, just to what are referred to as "meadows", which are hillside gardens with many wonderful wildflowers. The second meadow had a mass of Arrowleaf balsamroot, and that was a good point to turn around at.

    Lots of mountain bikes, so be careful on the narrow trail

    Charles Russell reviewed Dead Falls Lake Trail

    10 days ago

    We primarily were looking for wildflowers - we started at the meadow trailhead, not the PCT trailhead. The meadow is full of flowers, and not too difficult to cross (multiple soggy spots). Fantastic flowers

    Charles Russell completed Tire Mountain Trail

    15 days ago

    Charles Russell added Tire Mountain

    15 days ago

    Charles Russell reviewed Point Lobos Loop Trail

    19 days ago

    Wonderful wildflowers on the ENTIRE loop! Just watch out for the poison oak (which is easy to avoid). On a weekday, the trail was not crowded. Beautiful views, and an interesting flow going from woods to seashore and back to woods again.

    Charles Russell completed Roys Redwoods

    27 days ago

    Charles Russell added Oregon

    29 days ago

    Charles Russell added Arnold Rim Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Charles Russell reviewed Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve

    about 1 month ago

    An excellent trail, easy to hike, shaded all the way, with wonderful wildflowers

    Charles Russell reviewed Canyon View Trail to Little Yosemite

    about 1 month ago

    Beautiful wildflowers on the Canyon View trail. No parking fee on a weekday. However, water trucks are doing dust control on Camp Ohlone road on weekdays, and they don't turn the water off for hikers on the road. We returned via McCorkle trail rather than using the road, it was longer but more interesting. Watch for poison oak, though.

    Charles Russell saved Stevens Trail

    about 1 month ago