hiking
14 days ago

A long but nice trail. I walked from the north trailhead, close to the San Andreas Lake. After crossing a bridge to the south of San Andreas Lake, the trail leads deeply into woods until Lower Crystal Springs Reservoir shows up, where the space becomes open again. The entire trail is a paved road, so there were lots of bikers, joggers and hikers. The southern part of this trail resembles the northern part of San Andreas Lake Trail. Some deers can be seen busy feeding themselves. It's a pleasant experience.

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Rollerblading

on Sawyer Camp Trail

hiking
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road biking
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trail running
3 months ago

I love this trail! It has a beautiful view of the lower crystal springs reservoir, and you can frequently spot some deer. It's good for walking, biking, kids, and running (which is what I use it for). This trail has half mile (.5) marks as you go. So you can run without a GPS tracker.

-No dogs allowed

-There are a few bathrooms on the trail (at the entrance and near the half mile mark).

-There is a designated parking area. It does get busy but you can park along the side of the road.

3 months ago