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Worklife Workouts reviewed Half Dome Trail
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Looking to hike this to the top Sunday August 10th. Any extra permits available? Was denied by the lottery. Please message me (9

Mary Moss reviewed Moro Rock Trail
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Nature tripsGreat!

I went up there about 5:00pm on 8/5/20. It wasn’t too busy. Maybe 10 people up there. I thought the railing was sufficient and didn’t find it frightening whatsoever. The climb up 400 (well maintained) steps may get you a little winded @ this 6000ft elevation, but it’s pretty short and plenty of places to stop if you need. The scenery was stunning and worth the short hike up.

Jason Stewart reviewed Cliff Lake
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BackpackingGreat!

Clearly marked trail that was pretty heavily traveled. We entered on a Tuesday and out on Thursday. The last push up the switchbacks was some work. Tons of nice camp sites at Cliff and honestly if you walk away from the lake and less than 100 yards past the trail there is an abundance of firewood. We had absolutely no mosquitoes. Took a day hike up to Dogtooth and then down to Rock and Second Dinkey lakes. I did catch a couple 10” Brooke Trout fly fishing and had many strikes in Cliff Lake. Released them for the next guy. All of the lakes and scenery were awesome. Can’t wait till the next trip.

Chantel Giongco reviewed Lassen Peak
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Great hike. LOTS of switchbacks. Take breaks! The summit is all rocky, loose rocks climbing up so be careful! Got to the TH at 7am and it wasn’t crowded. Took us a little less than 3 hours to get to the summit and 1.5 hours to get down.

Derek Tilley reviewed Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail
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WalkingGreat!

Lovely, mostly shaded trail. Only saw a few other hikers and all either had masks or put on when we passed. Some nice views along the way.

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Erin Zimmerman reviewed Hummingbird Trail
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Hiking

Loved the workout. Major incline most of the way. You can hear the sound of the highway for most of the hike but as you go further into the hills it becomes less so. Overall really enjoyed it though it was extra hard for me as I was carrying 10 lbs of extra weight in my backpack. Lots of foot traffic even mid week.

Joy Taing reviewed Sonora Peak Trail
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HikingRockyScramble

Did this combined with Stanislaus Peak on 8/1/20 as a loop, starting and ending at St. Mary’s Pass trailhead. A little over 12 miles rt, 2800 ft elevation gain. Would recommend taking St. Marys Pass trail to get to Sonora Peak-the last few hundred feet up to the peak is easier to come up/go down than taking the PCT.l side. other reviewers are right about the loose rocks and sometimes narrow trail when getting closer to the peak. Lots of iffy spots when going down to connect with the PCT..trekking poles were a savior at some points. However, it’s only about a mile of loose rocks and sand (when you get closer to the summit), so if you can put up with that, the views are amazing. Definitely recommend to do Stanislaus Peak with it..you can see so many other peaks in the tahoe region. And the best part was how we barely saw anyone on trail. Wildflowers are starting to dry up but still a good amount to see. Weather is perfect-slight breeze at peaks and warm everywhere else.

Jed Antler reviewed Josephine Peak Trail
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Hiking

Trail is basically hiking on a fire road. You can hike with your partner side by side. Pretty expose and there are no trees to provide shade not until about 3 miles into it. Description is inaccurate interns of mileage. It’s not 7.4. It’s more about 8.3. Being off by a mile on foot is a HUGE difference. You can get a good view at the top if the air is clear. Good 360. There’s a case with shelves that people seem made a tradition to leave their trash in it. It may be over 8 miles, but the terrain and elevation gain is pretty good and not hard. Go early in the morning or later in the day if not expect to be in the sun most of the time. Also, watch out for rattle snakes. Had to watch and wait for one to finish it’s lizard meal to get off the trail.

Angel López reviewed Sayles Canyon Trail
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Robert Perry reviewed Stonewall Peak Trail
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Hiking

Very nice. Surprisingly shady.

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Hiking

Residential easy parking...Easy warm-up. Once you get to the rock formations there are multiple ways to get inside the caves to explore! Enjoy! If you feel like hiking more you can climb all the way to the top to get a panoramic view of the area.

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Shannon Liu reviewed Mount Tallac Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Michelle H reviewed Round Top & Winnemucca
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Hiking

Great, challenging hike! Stunning views at the top. Maybe one of my favorite hikes in NorCal so far. I went counter clockwise, past Winnemucca Lake first then to Round Top Lake and up to the peak. This hike is definitely worth the work!

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Jimmy M reviewed Half Dome Trail
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HikingGreat!

Tough trail start early to avoid the heat. Bring water purification filter or tablets drank around 6 liters. Had to take muir trail down due to covid and social distancing turned into 17-18 miles.

Victor Ponce reviewed Saddle Peak
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Rock climbingRocky

Nice hike. Started around 7:30AM and had about 75% of shade throughout the whole hike. Some cool rock frogs ruins and views towards the top. Trailhead is easily missed but as a previous reviewer mentioned it’s on the right side of the road when you’re coming up. Overall an enjoyable hike.

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Margarita Avila reviewed Skyline Drive to Beek's Place
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HikingNo shade

Great!

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Neil Searing reviewed Mount Baden Powell Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful Friday morning hike. Had the summit to myself. The hike itself is okay, fairly easy and gradual uphill. Nothing spectacular. But the summit and views are worth it. I’m thinking it gets crowded on weekends, which would suck. Highly suggest an early weekday morning. Had it to myself pretty much the entire time.

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Jenny Haas reviewed Mount Tallac Trail
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Carlos Medina reviewed Point Dume Cove Trail
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Hiking

Cute trail, With your boo.

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Hiking

great trail!!!

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Christina Russell reviewed Potato Chip Rock via Mt. Woodson Trail
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Hiking

Great views of Las Trampas and the 680 corridor from Wall Point ridge. Went counter clockwise. Took the 1/2 mile single track trail from live oak campground to wall point trail which goes under Sentinel Rock. Solid elevation gain in 7 miles. Consider hiking early morning or late evening in the summer

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Nate Stiener reviewed Stonewall Peak Trail
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HikingRocky

Super fun trail with an amazing view at the end. The switchbacks were rocky but well maintained. We saw the sun set from the peak and enjoyed a fun walk down with head lamps. We even managed to see a wild tarantula!

Nicolette Oliver reviewed Moro Rock Trail
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HikingGreat!

A challenging incline but not very long. I would 100% suggest this hike. It was a great experience and I really love the view at the top. One of the best views in the park. Be careful if you are afraid of heights but also know that the whole trail is incredibly well done and not once did I feel like I was going to fall off. Have fun!

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Hiking

Hard all the way up but shaded, beautiful, and plenty of parking (you can park on the side of the highway) - ski poles recommended

AllTrails User reviewed Tuolumne Meadow to Cathedral Pass
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HikingGreat!

We did this with a 12 and 9 yo. Initial climb is the worst part but nothing undoable. Kids were in sneakers with no problems. We cut off to the first lake which was pretty and offered a side view of cathedral peak. We then went to the pass and it was well worth the last bit of climb!! The view is fantastic. We skipped the second lake (cathedral lake) as we had a great view from the pass. We made in down in 1.5 hrs. Entire hike was 10 miles with the cut off to the first lake. We had no bug issues and there was good shade throughout most of the trail and could easily find shade to take breaks in. The entire hike with breaks and lunch was 5 hrs.

Jake Sithu reviewed Palos Verdes Bluffs Trail
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