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Eaton Canyon Trail

Pasadena, CA

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Eaton Canyon Falls Trail is a 3.4 mile out and back trail located near Pasadena, California that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Agnew Meadows to Ediza Lake (Backpacking)
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8 Completed 1 Reviews

How did you get to the trail head? I see the shuttles are not open in May. Looking to do this hike on Memorial weekend.

thanks!

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Big Falls Trail
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8 Completed 3 Reviews

Trail to the base of the falls is relatively easy, although the footing is uneven in spots. There are forest service warnings against climbing the unstable cliffs to the top. Saw one injured guy coming down and chose to stop midway up the creek below the falls. Still was a nice little escape. Pick up an adventure pass at the general store on your way through town. With the low rainfall and snowfall this year, the falls are not very full and will likely be much lower this summer.

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Pincushion Peak
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6 Completed 1 Reviews

A great local hike that is minutes way from Fresno. Most of the hike is in view of Millerton Lake and at the top of the table there is a great view of the valley. I recently visited the trail in March and it had many nice wild flowers.

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Holy Jim Falls Trail
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Not a bad hike at all, didn't do the divide just went straight to the falls. It was nice and cool 'cause of the shade. The fall didn't have a lot of water running though. Still nice.

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Point Lobos State Marine Reserve
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7 Completed 1 Reviews

I have hiked these trails several times. It is beautiful during any season. There are many things to see not just the gorgeous landscapes but also the little critters hiding that come out when the trails are quiet. Many birds are about in the trees. There is a lot of history in this little area. A must see place to visit when in the area, make sure you pack a lunch and spend the day exploring the whole park!

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San Miguel Mountain Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Very challenging, but fulfilling once you get to the top. Don't forget to turn around once in a while, the view
Is different as you go up. Also, be aware it is hot, don't forget to bring water. It is amazing to see so many
Go up unprepared, and please, remember that the snakes belong here, just go around at a safe distance
And leave.then alone.

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Quarry Trail
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9 Completed 3 Reviews

Good EASY hike, honestly more like a walk. lots of wild flowers and animals to look at long the way! Had my dog off leash the whole time unless we came across horses. Then I put him on the leash. My dog had tons of ticks crawling on him when we got back to the car though. Ugh! Wonderful day and a great pit stop to go see the rock climbers! What an amazing area!

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Cataract Falls Trail
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

3rd hike for me. I did Dawn Falls, Alamere Falls, and now Cataract Falls. This one was my favorite! it's a tough one! I was sweating and my thighs were burning, but it was by far my favorite of the three.

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Palomarin Trailhead to Alamere Falls
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Really enjoyed this hike. It was my 2nd hike in like 10 years. My feet hurt street 6 miles, but I'm a big guy! the end was a little bit of a worry for me but if I had been with someone, I would have been able to do it. I just wanted to hold onto something for the final 30 foot scramble.

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Tipton Rd to Whitewater Cnyn Rd - CA
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558 Completed 535 Reviews

The plan was to hike another exploration at one of the canyons in Whitewater. This canyon is adjacent to Painted Hill peak. This cruise was to mark where to park on Whitewater Canyon Dr., stopping at a specific location on that road where it’s best to begin the hike was critical. You don’t want to go to far or stop too soon? The spot where this cruise ended was the best place. The cruise along Tipton Road wasn’t that exciting, it’s when you arrive at Whitewater Canyon Dr where it becomes really nice.

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