Hiking Trails Near Crescent City, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Crescent City, CA

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Crescent City has 20 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.2 to 50 miles in length. The most popular trails are Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park Waterfalls, Smith River and Highway 199 Waterfalls and Hiouchi Trail. Trails.com member John S. recently completed Point St. George Trail. See all Crescent City trails.
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An easy hike through some top-notch old-growth redwood forest. As an added bonus, the ...
This hike follows a steep but very scenic trail, which offers the best of old-growth redwoods ...
This peaceful state park was named after pioneer Jedediah Stong Smith, commonly believed ...
The trail crosses meadows and alder forests just inland from the broad, sandy shoreline ...
This hike follows a steep but very scenic trail, which offers the best of old-growth redwoods ...
A mellow stroll along bluffs overlooking a dramatic rocky coastline. An excellent hike ...
Combining these two short loops creates an easy stroll through a picturesque redwood grove ...
Barely long enough to be considered a hike, the Stout Grove Loop harbors some of the most ...
During the California gold rush, the towns of Klamath and Crescent City burgeoned simultaneously ...
This hike follows a narrow, lush, bluff-top trail bordered by a riparian meadow and overlooks ...
This is an easily accessible, short, shady stitch of the California Coastal Trail in the ...
This is a supreme hike that hits several high notes. It’s along a section of the California ...
The rains that soak California’s North Coast fuel a number of waterfalls in the Smith ...
Ramble through a stunning old-growth redwood forest to a small, perennial waterfall on ...
Tired of the crowded parks and recreation areas in more “civilized” areas? Come here for ...
The trail crosses meadows and alder forests just inland from the broad, sandy shoreline ...
This hike follows a steep but very scenic trail, which offers the best of old-growth redwoods ...
An easy hike through some top-notch old-growth redwood forest. As an added bonus, the ...
This is the most northerly, and remote, route I describe. Lush forests, vistas, rugged ...
This pleasant, shady, cool, and narrow slope- side trail is a hiker’s perspective of the ...
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