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Cleveland National Forest encompasses 460,000 acres, mostly of chaparral, with a few riparian areas. A warm dry mediterranean climate prevails over the Forest. It is the Southernmost National Forest in California.

Nice trail. About 9 miles RT to falls from candy sore parking lot. This time of year it gets very hot in the valleys and on hills. Lots of water or you will regret going.

Good ride rather more open road!

on Sunset Trail

2 days ago

This was a great hike! It was really hot and there were a lot of bugs on the way up to to the actual trail head but the incline to the peak wasn't too bad! Lots of interesting reptiles on the way up and the scenery on the peak is unreal! I would recommend this hike on a cooler day or even during sunrise!

trail running
4 days ago

It wasn't easy but lots of fun. Bring water if you hit it up during the summer it gets hot

ADVISORY. Due to hear, rangers shut down the trail today. There were 8 rescues off the trail this past weekend. If you are going out there, go prepared.

hiking
4 days ago

Crazy

It was a pretty nice hike I'd say the hardest part was getting to the trail from the road. About 3 miles of unpaved road which is fine, I was just driving a smaller car so I had some trouble. It's a mostly shaded trail, lots and lots of flies and mosquitoes this time of year but getting to the waterfall at the end is beautiful.

on Holy Jim Canyon Trail

hiking
6 days ago