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Ashley Weathersbee reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Hiking

It was a nice enough trail, but there were a lot of cyclists (they were very nice, but personally detracts for me) and I could hear a lot of traffic noises.

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Artem Khandrymaylov reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Mountain biking

Great trail... just do not try on hard tail bike... it is possible, but no fun...

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Hiking

In terms of difficulty, this gets 5 stars, in terms of views, maybe 2 stars until you hit the river. This hike is not for the faint of heart if you do the whole thing. Bring a water filter and 6 liters minimum. Also carry an enormous amount of food.

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HikingBugs

The trail was pleasant. The way out is mostly downhill making the way back a little more strenuous. We stopped at el dorado canyon, about 2 miles from the start at Michigan bluff town. Just before the bridge you can find a primitive campsite, but you will definitely have mosquitos, so be prepared. Smoke helped, but should be wary of the fire hazards- there was no wind but some dry brush. We also found a tick, so be wary. Beware of the old man and his chihuahua dog in Michigan bluff who assume you are up to no good, and do not want you to use the designated parking area at the trailhead. We had someone wait with our stuff at the trailhead while I moved my car and parked down the street.

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HikingBlowdownBugsOver grown

Hiked July 3rd-5th 2020. Also agree that it was way overgrown, likely because of the American River Complex Fire. The first 4.5 miles are lovely but once you reach the edge of the burn it quickly becomes near impassible. Appears to have been cleared at some point but more briars have grown across the trail since and more trees been blown down as well. Also exited from Beacroft which was less overgrown, except around the spring, and very steep. Keep you eye out for the pink and orange plastic ribbons or else you could very easily lose the trail and get lost. I not only saw bear droppings but a bear and cub as well.

Lawrence Naidu reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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HikingRocky

this is a fun trail for pro bikers

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Sophia Palomo reviewed Mosquito Ridge Trail
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Hiking

Trail is in great condition, nice hike down to the river. Trail head is clearly marked with a green sign and a turn off area across the street. Very steep trail, be sure to pace yourself.

Shana McCarl reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Loved this scenic trail! Lots of bikers when I went but the majority of them were polite

Dr Glenn Barney reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Mountain bikingOver grown

Clear Trail but majority uphill if you start on the North side of Foresthill Rd. Plus we were the only Riders going that direction! Last time we started on the South Side & it’s significantly more Fun! With the late rains the bushes are starting to impede the trail but they’re still green so they just bounce off your legs. GREAT GREAT TRAIL.

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Jack Tesar reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Mountain bikingFee

There are multiple entrances along the road, they are fairly obvious once you drive by. There are marked fee stations and I did see the Ranger checking windshields. The trail is absolutely a blast. It's a nice mix of up/down, flowy sections to pick up speed and technical stuff sprinkled in. I rode the trail clock-wise but noticed more riders were going CCW so I think you can do either (I will try CCW next time). The path is very well marked which alone makes the $10 fee worth it in my opinion (if you are local the annual is $45 I believe). Hope this helps you MTB'ers now go out there and enjoy! :D

Justin Rosales reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Mountain biking

My favorite local trail near my Auburn mansion. Been riding here since the 60's

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Hiking

Brush and Fallen trees are cleaned up. Trail is challenging but rewarding. Took about 10hrs to complete

Rebecca Damon reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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Hiking

There was a hill right at the start, but it was a good workout. There was moderate shade, very green, a lot of up and down, but I enjoyed the scenery. Ended up taking this to Trailhead. Overall decent little hike.

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HikingBugsOver grown

We only did an out-and-back to the first bridge, which is about 2.5 miles out. Having a dog on leash the whole time was challenging because it’s all downhill to the bridge and there isn’t enough space to be side-by-side; I wouldn’t bring them again. It’s much easier to run down to the bridge. The hike up was a good challenge, and you’ll have shade for almost all of the way back to the trailhead. We took a break at the bridge by the water. Beautiful creek. We were also awarded with some views of the canyon, but the trail is mostly shady and blocked the views from us. Cons: Millions of mosquitos. We tried to not take breaks because they’d immediately attack us. I also got my first tick bite from this trail, so be sure to check yourself afterward. There’s a ton of overgrowth, including of poison oak.

William Murphy reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Hiking

Great trail! My second time doing it and it was better than the first. Crossing the road twice is a little sketchy but other than that it was awesome.

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Melissa M reviewed Beacroft Trail
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Hiking

Not worth it. It’s very hard and there are no views. The trail disappears after a few miles and is covered by undergrowth.

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Hiking

Challenging trail but as of early May 2020 lots of down trees and debris. Easily to follow as the trail is well marked. Steep down and ups. Love the interpretive panels telling history. Lots of water running through. Took us all day

Nicole Robinson reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Delany C reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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HikingRocky
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vina s. reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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Hiking

Easy, simple well marked/ maintained trail.... nothing much to it (still beautiful tho) , no water, river nor lake views but good enough to be out the house & get some walking/ hiking. Free parking at the entrance, if you are early enough (we started at 0830H/ SAT)...be prepared to share the trail with mountain bikers. Portable toilet at the end of the trail.

Scot Olson reviewed Foresthill Divide Loop Trail
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Mountain biking

Sorry I left it on pause so it recorded the drive home

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Chinita L reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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HikingNo shade
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Maris Angelique reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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Hiking

Shady trail. It was really nice

Deanna Marie reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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Anthony Rayman reviewed Fuel Break Trail
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Hiking

Nice rolling hills. Clearly demarcated path.

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John Lace reviewed Mosquito Ridge Trail
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Hiking

The map was misleading. It led us to a spot several miles past the trailhead. The point on the map was a logging road that led to good views. However it was not the trail that was advertised.

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