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 Jake Johnson (90) 6 days ago N/A: 6 Completed 1 Reviews The hike is okay at best. If u have little kids with you it's good but it's more like a walk than a hike. George McKee (10307) 7 days ago N/A: 50 Completed 49 Reviews Hidden Falls Trails is a network of trails that are quite popular in the Auburn area. Horseback, bicycle and hiking trails all intersperse with one another and the system is heavily used. We hiked a loop to the Hidden Falls overlook and were surprised how beautiful the area was in spite of the late fall season. The falls were still flowing with a significant amount of water. The trails are in excellent condition, well maintained and well marked along the way including maps. A very easy terrain for the beginner. Stroller and kid friendly. Janna Hopkins (46) 11 days ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Enjoyed the hike. Beautiful even in the winter with dried grass. Well marked trails with periodic maps. The only drawback was the dirt, very messy powdery red dirt. Brandon May (106) 13 days ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews This place is a great start for anyone wanting to get into hiking or thinking about doing this. This was my first trail back in Aug. so I don't have much experience on trails. From what I heard this is a Moderate trail if you take the North and South Trails. I think the North was 3.8 miles and the South was 3.7 miles. This Hike with my pack loaded for 20 lbs. took around 4.5 hrs. I went through 5-6 L of water that day being that it was around 92 Degrees that afternoon. The Trail was fun and some good spots for pictures. During the Wet season I plan on going back too view the Falls since they were Dried up in Aug. This trail stay's green for the most part of the yr. with some Dry area's. All in all a great place for a day hike. Travis Faber 19 days ago N/A: 5 Completed 2 Reviews Dennis Ellingson (414) 27 days ago N/A: 5 Completed 3 Reviews I'd the North legacy trail circling around and back to the poppy Trail and start position. Great short hike. Very dry and creek was low, but still pretty. Plan to return when water is high and the trails are greener. So many options to keep you visually stimulated and physically challenged. Raven Nester (87) about 1 month ago N/A: 2 Completed 2 Reviews Loved the area and the many trails that you can go on. I started on poppy trail, then on to South Legacy to creekside trail *Note* (you can only do creekside trail from South Legacy not from North Legacy, it's a one way trail), then from creekside took the remainder of North legacy back to poppy back to the parking lot. I basically did the entire loop. My favorite was creekside trail and poppy. It took me about 3 hours or so to do the loop(and I stopped a couple of times for pictures and to take in the area) None of the trails I would consider difficult. At most moderate. I loved seeing all the water and hidden areas. I can't wait to go back and start on other trails. There are so many options for this area. Met some of the park rangers that were super nice. Just really enjoyed my day of hiking here. Everything is well marked and there are maps everywhere. Everything eventually loops around so there is really no worry about getting lost. Dale Johnson (1032) 2 months ago N/A: 25 Completed 20 Reviews Fourth time here different trails.I started down poppy trail to the bridge.I then followed Blue oak up to seven pools vista,this is a very beautiful spot.I headed up turtle pond to north legacy,across the canyon view bridge and up river otter loop.This trail should be called high hard hike it was a demanding section of this hike and not by any creek.I followed this trail to deer trail and over to grey squirrel.This part meanders through the trees for a couple of miles very nice.I crossed the salmon run bridge over to gold finch and great egret trails.Both of these trails are like creekside nice and cool and close to the water.I finished up taking south legacy back to poppy trail and up to the parking lot. A twelve a half mile hike.Extremely nice Dale Johnson (1032) 2 months ago N/A: 25 Completed 20 Reviews Third time here beautiful place.I hiked north legacy to creekside,went across the bridge and came back gold finch to great egret and then back on south legacy.It was a eight plus mile hike and definitely my favorite.I will be back Dale Johnson (1032) 2 months ago N/A: 25 Completed 20 Reviews Second time here still beautiful.I hiked 5 miles down poppy trail,seven pools loop,blue oaks, and pond frog.It was a cool day and the area is just fantastic as are the people I encountered.I will be back there is lots more to see.