Hidden Falls Trail is a 5.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Auburn, California that features a waterfall 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 but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Absolutely beautiful place to hike. Family and dog friendly. The hike to the waterfalls are super easy and the views are amazing.
Well maintained trails, with lots of options for customized hike length; most are flat with some hills to climb. If you're coming for the "spectacular views", be aware that this is a small waterfall inside a savannah like setting with some forested parts. Lots of crowds and dogs (some that are not well behaved) on the weekends, so get there early!
We loved this trail, great one to bring our dog on. Can't wait to do it again!
Nicely maintained trailed, some were a little crowded.
Simply beautiful on the north trail!! Can't wait to do it again
More than I expected! Easy trail with the constant sound of flowing water. Lots of dogs!
Absolutely beautiful! We drove 90 minutes to check this place out and it was totally worth it! This was only my 2nd hike and I found I was able to complete the difficult rated trails without a problem, just a couple breaks. We customized our own route and ended up hiking 6 miles. I will definitely be returning.
Not for begginers unless in pretty good shape. The scenery is gorgeous. Lots of trail length options which is really nice.
Great trails, gorgeous scenery, and lots of side trails. The only down side was how heavily trafficked the area was.
The park actually has about 30 miles of trails most of which were designed by cyclists. Excellen, flowing and twisty singletrack. Most of the climbing is in the moderate range. Bring water, there is none there. Get there early on weekends or parking is tough.
We drove for an hour to get there but couldn't get in as the carpark was full. The ranger said to get there before 8am on the weekend to be sure to get in.