Looking for a great trail near Auburn, California? AllTrails has 31 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Auburn State Recreation Area or Spenceville Wildlife Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Hidden Falls Regional Park or Little Mulberry Park. Ready for some activity? There are 26 moderate trails in Auburn ranging from 2 to 14.9 miles and from 547 to 1,614 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
2 days ago

01/10/20 - The trail was nice and well maintained. Great views of the river throughout. I sprained my ankle a month or so before and this was the perfect trail to try my ankle out on. The hike was short and easy. It ends at a road to the 4x4 Park so nothing really rewarding at the end. Might be worth coupling this trail with the Lake Clementine trail.

super easy. well maintained.

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fee
rocky
2 days ago

Great trail! Me + my 3yo did the first loop and reached the falls! We hung out at the sky deck and were actually able to climb down (just before the falls) and have a little lunch alongside the river. She did get tired heading back, bc of the inclines, but what I love are the benches set up through out the park for nice little rest stops, and the alternative trails (if you don’t mind the dirt trails versus gravel paths) that a little less incline, much easier on the legs. It’s not completely private, yet still has a “one with nature” vibe. Layer up if you’re in the fall/winter months, but during summer definitely would wanna be prepared to take a dip in the water!!

hiking
3 days ago

Best time of the year to likely hike this trail. Mid 50’s and sunny, so the need for shade wasn’t a factor. Beautiful views. There were a few large groups of mountain bikers but everyone was courteous when passing. Our pup loved it, and met a few other friendly furry friends. Would love to return again.

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fee
6 days ago

Very nice trail, about 8’ wide the whole way which was nice for the dogs. I went on a wet day and the trail conditions were still good. It’s a nice trail for a skeptical wife.

the trail itself is nice. however due to the narrow trail and it's easiness, it has a lot of mountain bikers which make it a difficult hiking experience.

hiking
9 days ago

Very pretty. Harder side of easy. Must be very fun for mountain bikers. Won’t go again because too many bikers....not evil just a lot of them. Takes away from the nature and adds to the feat of being flattened by a biker on an arrow pass

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fee
muddy
rocky
9 days ago

great hike

hiking
fee
rocky
scramble
13 days ago

mountain biking
muddy
13 days ago

hiking
14 days ago

Very nice trail! Few different paths you can take to make it lengthier. Mix of shade and sun. Quiet, very great scenery.

hiking
15 days ago

Great mid-week with a decent ascent section.

A solid trail. We started at Robbie Point trail, then hike down towards this trail and did this loop. Ended up being about 7 miles but better than driving down to this trail only and having to pay $10 for parking. (Robbie Point was free). Lots to see though. Great views of the hills and the river down below. A waterfall and gorgeous views of some bridges are also there. We got off trail a few times as its not a very well labeled trail at some of the junctions. But it was all good fun. I'd recommend!

hiking
fee
16 days ago

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