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    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Heart Lake Trail From Castle Lake [PRIVATE PROPERTY]

    29 days ago

    Stunning hike with incredible views of Shasta, Castle Crags, Castle Lake and Heart Lake. We clocked this hike at 3 miles round trip, rather than the listed 2. Trail is quite steep in places and elevation gain was closer to 850'. It's easy to lose the trail ~1 mile up; other hikers have tried to help by placing rock barriers in multiple places where the path appears to diverge as well as rock stacks to help guide you, but the path is still easily lost in places.
    Lake was frozen solid 11/11/18

    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Bunny Flat to Panther Meadow

    29 days ago

    We did Bunny Flat through panther meadow campground (on the hardball) up to Gray Butte. Had lunch on Gray Butte, awesome views up there! Very few people up that high this late in the season, so it was nice and secluded. Gray Butte and back was right at 7.2 miles.

    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Lake Siskiyou Trail

    29 days ago

    Great views of the Mt. Easy going trail, mostly flat. Not sure where 6.5 miles came from, we showed 8.24 miles. The lake is really low this time of year.

    Dustin Peregrin completed Lake Siskiyou Trail

    30 days ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Bunny Flat to Panther Meadow

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Hikshari Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Mount Thielsen Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin updated Thielsen Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Trillium Lake Loop Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Multnomah Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Shorebird Loop Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin saved The Watchman Peak Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin saved Mount Scott Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Lost Coast Trail: Mattole to Black Sands Beach

    3 months ago

    A few important things that need to be stated:
    People using this trail are extremely problematic. Do I have your attention? I’m talking to you. There was trash in damn near every campsite we walked by. Half burned food packs in fire pits, cans, toilet paper and baby wipes every-damn-where, and on far too many occasions, piles of shit with a rock placed over them.

    If you do not know what backpacking etiquette is, educate yourself first, OR DO NOT GO.

    1. PACK OUT YOUR TRASH. All of it. Do not burn it like an idiot. We all know plastic and foil packaging should not be burned.
    2. BURRY your feces and toilet paper (if you don’t pack the TP out; do not burry wipes, they must be packed out) 6-8 inches deep.
    3. DO NOT HARASS THE WILDLIFE. This includes getting too close for photos as well as polluting their home with your trash.
    4. LEAVE NO TRACE.

    This is one of the most beautiful hikes I have ever done, and to see the remnants of peak season use litter the pristine gem is beyond disappointing.

    Dustin Peregrin followed Stephanie Rodriguez

    5 months ago

    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Spanish Ridge Loop Trail

    6 months ago

    From Eureka it was less than 40 miles to the trailhead, using 101S then cutting through Humboldt Redwood State Park to Honeydew, CA. The last 10 miles from Honeydew is all on Jeep trails. I’m not going to say a car can’t make it, but I would never try it. An SUV at a minimum with some ground clearance, 4x4 recommended. Having a manual transmission will also save your brakes on the way out. It took 2 hrs to drive the 40 miles.
    From the trailhead the first Mile of the ridge is wooded. Starting uphill then descending until it opens up to grass. This is where you can start to see the ocean. Amazing view. We had to turn around at mile 2 because the dogs paws got gummed up with sap and stickies. Had to carry her out. If you bring your dog, bring booties. We had intended on camping down near the beach on Spanish Flat, maybe next time.

    It’s obvious not a lot of people use this trail, lots of wildlife. We walked up on a deer, a quail with her 6 babies, a massive black bear, and squirrels.

    4 Stars for the first 2 Miles, will update when we complete it.

    Dustin Peregrin completed Elk River Trail

    6 months ago

    Dustin Peregrin completed Strawberry Rock Trail

    6 months ago

    Dustin Peregrin reviewed Canyon Creek Lakes Trail

    7 months ago

    Excellent 3 day hike. Amazing views, crystal clear waters! Rugged in some spots for short duration and parts of the trail just before the upper lakes and around the upper lakes is difficult to make out and follow if you don’t know what you’re looking for. It’s unfortunate how popular this one is though. You see a lot of ill prepared people due to its popularity. Lots of folks without water filtration/purification abilities. We gave a lighter to one group that had no means to light their stoves and two burning logs from our fire to another group that didn’t know how to start a fire. To be clear, it’s not difficult but please bring appropriate gear.