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22 hours ago

hiking
4 days ago

its rated as moderate but I did it with 30lbs. on my new Backpack, I'll rate it alil more than moderate otherwise it's got beautiful views switchbacks single tracks this tree just out on a peak so cool, I'm doing it at dusk next time must be even more dope!

Beautiful! Poison oak to the left of the waterfall!

hiking
7 days ago

hiking
7 days ago

The recent fires destroyed most of what must have been a beautiful place, but there is life coming back to the area.

hiking
10 days ago

This place is one of the last of its kind. Meaning, you have total freedom to come and do as you please anytime day or night without hassle. Unlimited space to paint in peace.

And it would appear that too many people are taking it for granted. Why litter everywhere? A part of the hill was caught fire recently. When I was a teen there was a dozen, atleast half a dozen spots like it and I enjoyed every party, hike, date I went on at those spots. Respected the land and did my part to clean up after myself. Now there’s maybe a couple spots and it’s because there’s no respect.

This is your city! Have pride in it! Cherish these spots. Preserve it so you can take your kids here one day and tell them about the shit you did here. Leave them something to also cherish. Respect people. Pride. This is our city.

Loved it! Couldn’t find the entrance at first, but it’s in front and to the left of the big neighborhood sign along the cement drainage ditch. (NOT behind the sign) Follow the ditch up the hill and it’ll take you to the trail.

Took Silverado Trail up and Indian Truck Trail down. This trail is pretty basic and could be done in many stock 4wds or even a 2wd with good tires. No need to air down.

4wd not necessary to get up but having 4L is nice for the descent. There are some steep enough sections that, without it, even in 1st gear, you'll use your brakes a ton. Silverado Trail is more challenging and as of Fall 2017 has some deep enough ruts that, if you choose to, you can test out your diff lockers and other off-road features. Views from the top are great.

hiking
14 days ago

hiking
15 days ago

hiking
15 days ago

It was hard to find at first but turns out you just had to go up a steep slope behind the hills reserve sign. But other than that. It was perfect for pictures. Loved it.

hiking
15 days ago