Overview Hidden Falls Trails is a 5.6 mile loop trail located near Auburn, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for birding, hiking, nature trips & walking and is accessible year-round. Reviews Photos Tracks Sandra Calkins (49) 13 days ago N/A: 3 Completed 2 Reviews Very nice, way easier than I was expecting, even though said it was difficult. Would prefer it to have been more difficult. Get there early to avoid lots of people! But it is very beautiful! K R (37) 17 days ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Love it! Paved parking lot. Bathrooms. Benches for resting or just taking in the view. Trails are marked. Map is great. I'm not in shape at all and the hike to the falls was great! We went down along the creek so the dog could get in the water. We were tired on the hike back, but I'm excited to return and check out all of the different trails. We saw people walking, running, biking, and on horseback. We even saw a family with a stroller. Wonderful spot. I'm surprised they don't charge. Andrea Lawson (418) 24 days ago N/A: 14 Completed 8 Reviews none of the trails I have done were too strenuous I usually enjoy elevation hiking. I give this place 5 stars because it's close to home they have put a lot of work into it scenic waterfalls lots of trail options great for biking hiking and horse riding dog walking free parking! and restrooms cons would be poison ivy ticks and I imagine it can get pretty hot and dry in the middle of summer wat Lori Holman (87) about 1 month ago N/A: 2 Completed 2 Reviews We had a great time doing this trail. Enjoyed the scenery very much. I will do this trail again it is perfect for my friends who don't do high or hard extremes. Evil-Evangeline DelBono (754) about 1 month ago N/A: 9 Completed 3 Reviews An easy hike with wide level trails... Also a more challenging trail to the falls. There are 6+ trails out there for different levels. Lots of people, dogs, and horses. Too many people for my liking, but a wonderful hike for the average person. Beautiful falls nice pools. Good hike for people with kids and dogs. Gets VERY busy. Today was MLK day and there 13 horse trailers, and both parking lot and over flow were full. Steve Roland (84) about 1 month ago N/A: 3 Completed 1 Reviews We did this hike with two seven year olds and a four year old. We did go off on several other trails in the area that intersect, but all in all it was a nice day. Kids had fun, saw lots of beautiful scenery. There was more people there than I expected but it was ok. Nice trail for a easy hike. Rita Foster (125) about 1 month ago N/A: 2 Completed 1 Reviews It's okay for an easy hike/walk. Very quiet out there but kind of crowded...trails are well maintained and not too many steep inclines if you're looking for something light. Eduardo Cervantes (86) about 1 month ago N/A: 3 Completed 1 Reviews None of these trails had very steep inclines at all, very nice trails if you just want to get out and enjoy the scenery. Easy to maintain a good pace throughout the entire trail. Our group consisted of two guys and three girls (one of the girls was recovering from an ankle sprain) and we were able to finish it pretty effortlessly at a good pace. Finished in about 3.5 hours and it only took us that long because we stopped various times to check out the waterfalls and go a bit off the trails before continuing. Definitely an enjoyable time out with friends. G. Patrick Daubert (237) 2 months ago N/A: 5 Completed 3 Reviews This is nice trail with lots of options for various routes. I took three girls between ages 8-10 and did a four mile loop with lunch. They enjoyed it. It can get very crowded with horses, bikers and hikers. Good for kids but keep in mind there are lots of rolling hills. Brandon May (292) 2 months ago N/A: 2 Completed 3 Reviews Went Back in January it was a great hike even better in the winter with all the Green around made the hike a lot more enjoyable to walk on. From the parking lot at around 1:30pm I headed down the main path too Whiskey Diggins Bridge. Took the Path to the Left before you cross the Bridge that is the South Legacy Way. I even saw some people on horse back on the Trail which was a cool surprise. Instead of heading on the South Legacy Way path I took a different route this time too Great Engret Trail. About half way through the trail the water was low through the Streams so I crossed and started hiking onto Creek Side Trail. This was a great Trail to take saw some bikers and some more horses grassing on grass on that trail...not wild horses :) About half way through Creek Side Trail is a great spot to stop it has a place with great scenery. The end of the Creek Side trail is a bit of a climb uphill so be prepared for it as it winds up to the North Legacy Way. Just a short walk down hill back too Whiskey Diggins Bridge Again and up the main Trail too the upper right of the Bridge and back to the parking lot. Love this place I will be going here again and I might see about Hammock camping here closer to spring if it is allowed.