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Yuxi Ma
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Hiking

Great trail. The waterfall is high-volume, super cool! Many shades.

Natasha Boyde
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Hiking

Overrun with young people partying with zero masks. We did upper and middle falls on a Saturday morning. It's very pretty! lots of green. You can access falls on all 3 trails--Upper is a super short, very steep scramble, Middle/Lower are easy water access. There were some families with young children, many teens and young adults partying which is honestly fine with us, but we saw about 8 masks out of 100 people we saw. Easy walk, not even a hike doing all 3

Dwight Alfaro
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Hiking

Hiked counter clockwise and it is mellow 3/4 of the loop. The last 1/4 is on the Tres Sendas and it is pretty steep. The beginning you’ll brush up against the Chabot Space Center and you’ll have to cross Skyline Blvd about 3 times. Well shaded and often goes single track.

Coach M.
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Take the left trail for better views. This trail was fun and easy with a mountain bike.

Ashley Phelpsleak
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Hiking

Did this in may sorry for the late post. Pretty good trail, I did it with my 5 year old on my back. Some areas are loose dirt so careful. Pretty steep lost the way. The falls are incredible. Good picnic areas newr the water too.

Ashley Phelpsleak
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Hiking

Busy place but a great starting point for Yosemite, your able to see most everything and give you a feel for the layout of the park.

Dillon Aerick
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Hiking

Amazing geography! Bring a swimsuit and maybe some water shoes for the waterfall at the end. We pulled off under some shade upriver of the falls to get lunch. If the jaunt you’re the falls is too much, the Devile Postpile is only a half mile in and still well worth the see!

Preetha Krishnan
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Shady trail on a hot day. Walked with my small dog and 2 kids. Started at the golf course and reached the sand pit and back. Rested for a while in the park downhill before climbing back up.

Masoud Roueintan
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Hiking

This is a great scenic trail with waterfalls and several ponds for swimming if you like freezing cold water. Because of COVID-19 pandemic the parking is closed as well all restrooms so plan accordingly. Also, add an extra 1 mile to the hike because of the parking being closed. On other thing is, everyone goes there to see the falls! However if you go to the opposite side of the falls ( right side), you will see several large ponds and it is much less crowded.

Neil Karran
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Hiking

Absolutely beautiful hike to the Postpile and onto Rainbow falls. Hiked with my 3 kids ages 14, 11, 7 and my wife. Started out early around 830am so was still cool and some shade from the trees. Highly recommend starting early if you have kids as it got quite hot and dusty later and less shade. We were done by noon. Rainbow falls are stunning and was nice to dip the toes in the icy waters.

Mena Spodobalski
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Hiking

Stunning hike. I would consider it more easy than moderate. You truly get the most beautiful views, scenery, wildflowers, granite slabs and crystal clear waters for little effort! It’s a must do!

Mena Spodobalski
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HikingBugs

This trial is absolutely beautiful from the minute you start! You truly get some remarkable views, moss on trees, granite rock formations, crystal clear water, wildflower! All that for very little work! Easy amazing hike! We added another mile in and saw Lake Angelina as well! Must do!

Brittany Horton
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Road biking

Great path for road biking - doesn’t take long to do. Very flat

Maren Steiner
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Hiking

This is one of the better trails I’ve been on in SoCal but wow was it crowded at the falls! As stated above, parking lot was closed but easily found parking on the road above. The hike back up to the parking lot was pretty brutal in the heat. I only brought 1L of water and I should have definitely brought 2. Trail is nice and shaded about 75%. Make sure you bring good shoes and socks as there’s quite a bit of stream crossing. Please be kind and wear a mask when passing others.

Maria Avila
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Hiking

Kid friendly really nice trail by the river.. water was really cold though but still kids were able to put their feet in. Nicely shade. A few trash around but very enjoyable

Marissa Minderler
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HikingNo shade

Tough trail! Started counterclockwise, minimal to no shade, tough incline most of the way up. LA views and Hollywood sign views at the top are awesome. Worth the trek! Took 3:15min with stops in the shade along the way and a 10min break at the top for a snack. Would recommend early or later when the heat isn’t too strong.

Patricia Rebulard
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Miyuki Tachibana
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it was nice short walk. nice view of lagoon and well maintained path. great for jogging and little walk.

erika hendrix
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HikingNo shade

This trail is right by our house and we love it. Best times are early in the morning (before 10) or after 6pm otherwise it’s in full sun and too hot for me. Good workout. Takes us about 1 1/2 hours. Easy street parking. Can be crowded but usually it’s not too bad, especially in the evening.

Jorge Castillo
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Accidentally came here getting lost from mount lowe trail haha...but the view was amazing. It’s rocky which took a toll on my ankles but it was nice! Also on the way back there was no shade :(

Jennifer Gregg
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Walking

I highly recommend this trail for biking, walking, or running. It is a very, very easy trail, paved and suitable for any fitness level. It's mostly shady. Even though it's well trafficked, it never felt crowded. I would recommend heading to the beach, have lunch, then head back leisurely.

Jenna Doolittle
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HikingNo shade

Classic hike with beautiful views and a nice little workout. Nice wide paths. Typically go on special occasions like Christmas, NYE and 4th of July. Have completed this trail four times and it’s always a treat.

Jenna Doolittle
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Hiking

Busy and crowded but beautiful.

Jasmine Werry
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Hiking

I like this trail a lot because it’s accessible and a really easy hike.

Jasmine Hale
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Hiking

Beautiful trail. Starts along a lovely lake and heads to another! Trail is pretty clear to follow, but it’s a sort of figure 8 type so just be mindful of that so you don’t get confused. Would suggest you upgrade to the Pro edition so you can download trail map since this location is very very remote - no internet service. Was glad I had done this beforehand. Decently shaded in parts of the trail, enough so you could stop to have water in shade whenever needed (it was quite hot - well over 80). Not too many people, which was a nice escape (not that I get to see people with the stay home orders one place... but still, nice not to have to worry about that either). There’s a campground 1/4 mile from trail, so a good, clean place to use bathroom before or after if needed (would suggest you have some TP just in case since it was running low on our way home). The road to get to the trailhead is sort of crazy, lots of switchbacks, very narrow (like 1.5 cars wide, with lots of bikers), with drops on one side which damn near gave me a heart attack, so be careful and go slowly. If you go a little off the trail at the second lake, there’s some lovely flat beach areas by trees to have a shaded picnic right alongside the water. Would def do this hike again, even though it’s quite a drive from Sacramento area (almost 3 hours). A perfect mountain lake hike!

Patrick Dunn
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Hiking

Great trail- Easy to find. Previous review about starting to the right of the creek is spot-on. A bit overgrown and tricky to follow in some places. Wear long-sleeves and leggings / pants to protect your skin from the brush and bugs. Shaded the first part of the trail. Creek water very cold and great for dipping scarf in to keep cool. Will want to hike this in the fall / spring with melting snow.

Noel Corley
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Hiking

Really nice trail! Some pretty big rock steps at the beginning. You pass grass lake on the way. Took a swim in Jamison once we made it there and the water was really clear and cool. We saw several people backpacking around the lakes.

Jennifer Conklin
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Hiking

Never made it to the trail because it was over run with people hiking in Modelos at 7am! Trashing the place. It literally looked like the morning after a frat party. Trash, clothes, beer bottles everywhere. I wish they would control this. They are destroying the area. Ended up doing a hike a little bit down the mountain and my car got broken into and all my stuff stolen. Steer clear of Azusa trails

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