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Cache Creek Wilderness Trail is a 9.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Williams, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 9.8 mi Elevation gain 1,578 ft Route type Out & Back
Dog friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Bird watching Forest Wild flowers Wildlife
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Mountain bikers: trail is closed to biking until 3rd weekend of April each year.

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Cody Wheeler
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Mountain biking

The map linked to this is actually the ridge trail and is open to MTB. Wilderness boundary is well marked. Recommend taking the the single track adjacent to hwy20 them up the drainage to the ridge trail. Otherwise climb out of parking lot is fairly significant. I rode to the Lynch canyon trail intersection then out lynch canyon and took a route back up hill to the ridge. 12.9 mile loop. If I do it again I’d ride all the way out lynch canyon to hwy20 then ride the hwy shoulder back up to Judge Davis trailhead. Good trail, some knee high grass if walking. Some rough spots due to horse traffic in mud and dried out crevices. I didn’t go down to the creek. Maybe I’ll stash the bike and walk down next time.

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Benoît Clément
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Mountain bikingMuddy

Mountain bikers, trail is closed to biking until 3rd weekend of April each year. Make sure the trail has had several days to dry or face very slippery and thick mud.

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Farmer Joe Parker
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HikingMuddy
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this trail system is great. I wish I had more time. there is no phone service when you start, so download the map. that's how I got lost... but you get service a couple miles up on a ridge. I will definitely be back.

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Shannon Maurer
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Hiking
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Mari Villa
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Hiking
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Casey Kuchnsky
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Hiking
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Josh Newman
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Road biking
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