Hobbs Wall Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Klamath, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
The Hobbs Wall trail loops through sparse old-growth and vigorous new stands of redwoods. This shorter loop trail is an easy warm-up for a day of hiking in the Redwoods. It's not one for scenic overlooks or rugged climbs - it's more a stroll through a recovering redwood forest. If you look closely, you can still find the evidence of logging in the stumps and the redwood log roadbed of US 101.
Did this one today and really enjoyed it. Not many old growth trees left but a lot of younger trees and plenty in rings. A bit eery with the park closed up. I parked outside the gate and did this trail and the little nature loop as well. The trail has a little debris because it's not being maintained and no one seems to be hiking it which made it even better. There was one little bridge out but a little trail already to get around. Overall the trail is still in good condition. The trail crosses just a few hundred yards past the closed gate. Start it either way and enjoy the looped hike...