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Hiking

Beatiful. get thete early. we started at 730.

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Ingrid Franchini reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Hiking

My friend and I came here to enjoy some nature and this place is amazing!

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Gurbinder Kalkat reviewed Leah's Loop and Secluded Loop
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HikingNo shadePrivate property
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KAREN CHATIN reviewed Kanaka Peak Trail [CLOSED]
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HikingNo shadeOff trail

The trail itself is closed, but the road from the campground to the trailhead is a great, short hike. After crossing the creek the first time, watch for a burnt fallen tree on the left. Beautiful picnic spot and well-hidden

Cris Thompson reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Road biking

Mostly flat. All paved. Several trails connect to this so you could go off if you desired. Great for a little fresh air. It does have a couple hills here and there to get your blood pumping a little. Enjoyable and good for kids too.

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Hiking

Great combo of sun and shade. Beautiful views and a very well maintained trail with proper signage.

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Cassandra Odom reviewed Leah's Loop and Secluded Loop
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HikingNo shade

No shade at all, crazy hot trail, no fountains. The ponds are pretty with different types of waterfowl. Definitely bring water, it’s a little less than a hour trail. It’s pretty much flat with a little downhill and uphill slope. It’s a short easy hike if you can handle the heat.

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Hiking

Easy hike, kid friendly we saw a beaver & deer. The kids really enjoyed it

Sarah Welch reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Hiking

This trail was amazing. I was a little bored at first. But I will tell you, getting up to that peak and seeing the views was more than worth it. I saw a bunch of lizards and snakes on the way up. Nothing that looked dangerous though. Would definitely recommend!

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Leslie Hall reviewed Clear Creek Greenway Trail
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HikingBugsOver grown

June 15, 2020. The east end of this trail is overgrown and almost impassable in parts

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Jessica Lemos reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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HikingRocky

Trail is open and a little rocky, but in good condition. The incline to the peak isn’t too bad either. You can see Mt. Shasta and the Sacramento River at the top, so the view is definitely worth it.

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Holly Foster reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Hiking

Stunning views and well kept trail!

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Alisha Austad reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Mountain bikingNo shade

Great ride!

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Cathie Hochuli reviewed Hilltop Trail Head to Sundial Bridge
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HikingNo shade

This was an enjoyable hike to the sundial bridge and across to the visitors park of turtle bay. We went on a cooler day (low 80s) but the temps can get hot and the hike all downhill to the bridge is easy but in the heat it can be difficult. CAUTION dog lovers. The sundial bridge is made of steal and glass panels and in summer heat the bridge panels can reach 150 degrees which can cause 3rd degree burns to a pets delicate paws. Do not take your pets across this bridge in summer time.

Leslie Hall reviewed Clear Creek Greenway Trail
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Hiking

June 2, 2020 Today I started at the Honeybee TH. The route directly south to the creek was overgrown with blackberries. I recommend taking the route that goes toward the right (heading southwest) from the TH. But my first choice would be to start at the gorge overlook and go east. Starting there, the trail is well groomed and has about a dozen new workout stations.

Tim Knight reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful weather. Amazing scenery! I’ll be back.

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Lassandra Purnell reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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HikingRocky

I completed this trail with my 4 year old . It was pretty rocky . We appreciated the shade and views of nature’s beauty.

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Holly Shingleton reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Hiking

I wouldn’t say this is an easy hike for new hikers. More like moderate. I enjoyed it and the views are awesome. Mix between sun and shaded areas.

Holly Shingleton reviewed Westside Trails
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Long trail and can get lost very easily. There are so many trails that branch off of each other. Relatively easy trail just long and barely no shade. Very hot hike. Probably wouldn’t do this one again unless it’s spring or fall weather.

Wendy Gallant reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Road biking

Bike ride-Gary, Wendy & the Gallant girls. First time for girls riding their bikes on dirt They did great.

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Connor Siladi reviewed Sundial Bridge to Shasta Dam
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The blockade just before the keswick dam has been reopened, so you can now take the river trail all the way to Shasta dam

Mey Saechao reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Great hike, moderate trail for new hikers. Amazing view at the top!! There is a bench at halfway mark then are the top there's a table. Look out for bikers going up and down

Peter L. reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Walked yesterday. Did not find any bridge out. North side of river has small hills and curves. South side is more level. Bridge at west end is cool. Good parking at east end, both sides of east bridge. One bathroom on north side near west end and one on south side near east end. Did not go in. Path paved entire length with a center line like a small road about 10' wide. Saw people walking, jogging, biking, and roller blades. Watch for some bikes going a little fast. A few signs with historical facts along the way. Enjoy!

Elizabeth Hunt reviewed Sacramento River Trail
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Hiking

Very easy hike! Like others have said, this trail is paved the whole way! :) beautiful views along the way. If you do bring a dog, PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER THEM! Tons of dog poop on the trail. Enjoy!

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Leslie Hall reviewed Arboretum Perimeter Trail
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Walking

Largely shaded, paved trail

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Ashley Linden reviewed Flanagan and Chamise Peak Trail
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Hiking

This is a well marked, dog friendly trail. Plenty of shade and beautiful views along the way and at the peak. There is a picnic table in the shade atop Chamise Peak and a great area to take a break and enjoy the views of Mount Shasta, Shasta Dam and Sacramento River. The trail takes about an hour each way, mostly dirt with some rocky areas.

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