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Coyote Creek Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I've walked this trail many times. It's a great place to jog and walk with strollers. It's nice to have the mile markers.

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
by Ranjankumaar Krishnakumar

1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful !

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked for the first time here today. It is definitely a lovely place. My favorite things about this: it's dog friendly, lots of shaded areas and has pretty scenery.

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Perfect place

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike. Shaded with glimpses of the mountains as you climb higher.

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Frog Lake Loop
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7 Completed 7 Reviews

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Henry Coe State Park Out-and-Back
by Axel Landeta

2 Completed 2 Reviews

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
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12 Completed 6 Reviews

This is one of 3 places I go to on a regular basis. It's close to home, it's scenic and it's challenging enough. The falls are beautiful!!

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Uvas Canyon County Park Waterfalls
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46 Completed 10 Reviews

Great little hike, nice and shady on hot days ... pretty waterfalls, a little limited at this time - beginning of May 2015 - due to California drought, but still very enjoyable.

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Henry W. Coe State Park: Middle Ridge Trail
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35 Completed 20 Reviews

Hiked about 9 miles in Coe Park yesterday with 4 friends. Started at park HQ and took Monument Trail to Hobbs Rd to Middle Ridge Trail to Fish Trail then added on about 3 miles by looping south around Forest Trail then north via Springs Trail to Corral Trail and back to HQ. Though the skies were heavy to start with, the storm had passed, and we avoided having to put on rain gear. By 2pm the skies were clear and we had sun and a cool breeze, perfect for hiking. Encountered backpacking groups -- pairs of friends, school groups and scouts. The trails took us through a varied landscape from shad,y wooded creeksides to sunny, windswept hillsides studded by iconic stand-alone California oaks.

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