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    Joshua Pelham completed Bull Run Lake Trail

    24 days ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Ralston Peak Trail

    2 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Burst Rock Trail

    3 months ago

    Joshua Pelham saved Folger Peak

    3 months ago

    Joshua Pelham added hiram peak

    3 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Leavitt Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Relief Reservoir Trail

    4 months ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Blue Canyon Lake

    4 months ago

    I went to Blue Ridge Lake today. if you don't mind a little high elevation and a little bit of rock scrambling this is an absolutely beautiful Trail flowers were everywhere however I will warn you to parking lot is fairly small. this off limits the amount of people going out to the lake which is nice because it's not a big late but it is stunning against the mountains in the snow.

    Joshua Pelham saved Blue Canyon Lake

    4 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Blue Canyon Lake

    4 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Sardine Falls Trail

    5 months ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Arnold Rim Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Joshua Pelham added wish

    over 1 year ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Duchess Mine Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Duchess Mine Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Kennedy Meadows to Relief Reservior Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Amazing trail, parking is kind of strange, you park then walk on the road through a lodge then trail begins. Since there is a lodge, this trail can be busy, with both people (I don’t mind that) and horses (kind of mind). Trail is very nice a good climb up. Very photogenic area once you get to the lake, going up a lot of it is exposed, so have water and a hat. We saw a Bald Eagle make a dive at the reservoir there and at the time we were the only ones there, but I am sure it can get busy there. Highly recommended trail, oh be sure once you get to a split stay to the right, the other trail goes to another longer trail.

    Joshua Pelham completed Cap Rock Nature Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Tuolumne Table Mountain

    about 3 years ago

    We started at the gate before the horrific dirt road that will destroy axels all day. The trail at the gate is nice almost completely flat meadow trail to the main trail head. There is a pit toilet there at the trail head (2nd parking area) before the accent. The climb up was not too hard at all, fairly short, though as soon as you start going up, there is a split, we went left, trail seemed better traveled. A small part of the trail is scrambling, no big deal at all, just keep your eyes on the trail. The view from the top is amazing looking at New Melones Lake, watch your step you are walking on ancient lava rock. A very good tril for a morning stroll.

    Joshua Pelham completed Tuolumne Table Mountain

    about 3 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Fortynine Palms Oasis Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Split Rock Loop Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Eureka Peak Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed High View Nature Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Ryan Mountain Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Cholla Garden Nature Trail

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed Amboy Crater

    almost 4 years ago

    Joshua Pelham saved Mecca Hills Ladder Trail

    almost 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham followed Chevelle Kong

    almost 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Panorama Loop-Joshua Tree National Park

    almost 5 years ago

    The only reason it is a four star because most of the trail is in a wash. However it really is one of the better hikes in Blackrock area. Just remember to get on the Panorama loop trail you are on the West loop trail for a bit till you get to the water tank above camp site #30. Then just follow the trail markers through the wash and as you are also on the warn peak trail for a while till you brake off on Panorama loop which is marked with PL. There is no major climbing at all climbing about 1,000ft. but the view from the top is amazing. On most days you can not only see the Palm Springs area but also Saltine Sea. The trail then follows the hill side till you come back down and around to the wash. There is a connector to Warne Peak at the bottom of the was when you finish the loop (the signs is a wooden sign and by a big old Pine. wonderful hike.

    Joshua Pelham saved Kachina Trail #150

    over 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham completed West Fork Oak Creek Trail

    over 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham saved Lionshead Rock Trail

    over 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Museum Trail

    over 5 years ago

    This is a short trail and will burn a few calories that is for sure and you really get an amazing view of downtown Palm Springs. I would saw that this is the best view of Palm Springs from any trail. Also you can do this trail in summer since it is short. There is a nice picnic area once you get to the top. Also this trail is the begging of two longer trails. The only bad thing is that there are ALOT of social trials. The key is to follow the spry painted white dots, which is very tacky but works. Your girlfriend or boyfriend might not like that much...just a warning. Besides the many social trails this trail maybe short but very enjoyable..wish I could give this another half star, because it is almost good enough for three stars.

    Joshua Pelham completed Museum Trail

    over 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Warren Peak Trail

    over 5 years ago

    Well to start the trail like most of the Black Rock area trails you can start at the backcountry board in the campground or over by camp site #30. We started at site #30 there you will see the trail head sign follow them till see the water tank just a tiny bit north on the fire road you will see west loop trail (Warren Peak will not be on the sign), follow it for a 1 mile or 1.5 mile. Then you will finally see Warren peak sign. A good 1.5 mile you will be in a washhope you enjoy sand. There is a small spring on the trail when we were there. Then continue to follow the signs about 2 miles the signs will be a wooden post. Follow the W.P. wooden sign. Up to this point the trail is not very steep, last mile it becomes pretty steep, though the trail is in good enough shape you do feel safe going up to the peak, you will be looking right at the peak for the final climb, once at the top there is a geological survey maker there with AMAZING views of Yucca Valley, Morongo Valley, Palm Springs area and even the Salten sea. The trail continues to Warren View, which is a short side trail, the view is not quite as good as the peak and it is also lower elevation. Enjoy lunch up at the peak take in the view, rest drink water because soon you will be walking back down the same trail and back in the sandy wash.

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Contact Mine Trail

    over 5 years ago

    Joshua Pelham reviewed Sand Canyon Trail

    over 5 years ago

    A very nice trail, as for any trail in the four corners area there are going to be a lot of artifacts in the area, so be respectful and only take pictures. There are also a number of cliff dwellings as you hike through the canyon as well. I recommend starting on the north end, if you are going to have two cars, take one to the south endlock your car, just to be safe. When you start hiking from Sand Canyon Pueblo this will give you a much better view from the top of the canyon, once you head down canyon enjoy, it is pretty much flat to downhill the rest of the way. I do not recommend hiking this or any trail in the desert southwest in dead of summer, spring and fall, still bring plenty of water, you are pretty much exposed on the entire trail. Well worth it except the parking and not much of a challengejust a cool pueblo hike

    Joshua Pelham completed Spruce Canyon Trail

    over 5 years ago