hiking

views

dog friendly

forest

wildlife

walking

wild flowers

nature trips

birding

kid friendly

trail running

mountain biking

lake

camping

river

snowshoeing

backpacking

off road driving

dogs on leash

horseback riding

waterfall

fishing

no dogs

Hiked this in April. The river was beautiful and gushing. If you continue past the bridge at the bottom, be warned that some sections of the trail are very overgrown with Poison Oak. The way back up was a nice workout so make sure you bring sufficient water and food.

As far as trails within about an hour of Sacramento and accessible at this time of the year, this is an excellent choice.

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4 days ago

This trail is closed. The recent reviews of this trail have actually been for the devils slide trail, which is extremely short and easy

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4 days ago

It might just be me but the first "mile" out and back felt way longer than just one mile. Decent hike but not much to see during the steep "mile" of descent and ascent. Good hike if you're into steep hikes, not for me. The river was beautiful at the bottom, though.

This is one of my first hikes. It was beautiful with plenty of trees and waterfalls. The view of the river was awesome. We brought our dogs too. You do need to watch for poison oak and ticks though.

Ok hike but noises are little too much

Had an awesome experience on this hike! First, the road just to get to the parking lot was not passable for my honda civic. I do not advise anyone to bring a little car because you will have to walk 2.5 miles down to the bridge. The walk to the water was mostly down hill and the walk back was not too bad walking uphill. The shore was easily accessible too

Lots of water on the trail and on the creek .... at the split, take the mountain bikers trial down versus the hiker trail .... the creek is impassible on the hiker trail unless you're Evil Knievel.

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11 days ago

This prominence to which this trail takes you is NOT Martis Peak!!

Great trail for early season hikes!