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Redwood Heights, California Map

nice trail, lots of shade, lots of people

I've been hiking here for years and love finding new hikes. This one is good with the kiddos too. Short, fun and beautiful.

Love the sound of rushing waters all along this trail in late winter-early spring.

Wonderful trail! Great scenery and most of the route is shaded by tall trees, which made the hike comfortable on a warm day. As others mentioned, many hikers had off-leash dogs and this didn't seem to be a problem.

Beautiful trail that has a little bit of everything, including many groves of redwood trees. I ended up taking a shortcut up the Redwood Peak Trail to get to the top of the peak. That was quite challenging. Peak was a bit of a letdown without much of a view but felt good to get to the top. Moderate number of folks on the trail including one horse and lots of dogs.

7 months ago

The waterfalls have been really great the last couple of weeks & I’m excited to go back after this week’s rains — it will be even greener!

It was our First time riding this park, awesome forest settings and great trails. There are also some awesome technical routes other than Cinderella around this park and super fun to ride. Cinderella was heavily trafficked and was a little nerve wracking coming around steep corners only to find people hiking in the middle of the path. I’m not a big fan of hikers allowed on certain trails simply for safety reasons, so beware when your doing 20-30 mph around here. Oh and not one person had their dog on a leash, so there’s that as well to watch out for. Otherwise it’s a great place.

Really love this trail. Beautiful walk through redwoods and although I don’t generally like intense inclines, I think they’re fun on this trail. Can be muddy in the spring. Make sure you know your route since there are a bunch of connecting trails that you can accidentally get on. Lots of off leash dogs.

This is a good trail. There are no views here, just forest. I did the trail in the opposite direction, so Cinderella trail was last. There is no sign for the Cinderella trail when going in this direction, but if you veer right off the Sequoia Bayview trail as shown on map and then go behind the brown gate, where the orange caution sign is, you'll be on the trail. The Cinderella trail is much steeper than the rest of the hike and is a nice climax if you want to get your heart rate up a little.

big hike out so save some water. I likes doing west ridge to the french

Monday, May 08, 2017

I was looking for a place to hike in the evening after work for a couple hours, so thought this 6 mile hike would be nice

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