Hiking Trails Near Mineral, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Mineral, CA

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Mineral has 37 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.6 to 26 miles in length. The most popular trails are Summit Lake to Cluster, Twin, Rainbow, Snag, Horseshoe, and Swan Lakes Loop (Backpacking), Cluster and Twin Lakes Loop and Mill Creek. Trails.com member Terry M. recently completed Cluster and Twin Lakes Loop. See all Mineral trails.
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Follow a roller-coaster trail out to Mill Creek Falls, a ribbon that drops over a tiered ...
This nearly 11-mile loop trip samples a number of what are considered to be some of the ...
After tumbling down a steepening gorge, Kings Creek streaks over a vertical cliff and ...
Follow the gently rising grade of the Main Park Road northbound from the visitor center ...
Even though this relatively short trail leads to picturesque meadows, the majority of ...
Despite its location next to the popular Sulphur Works, the trail to Ridge Lakes is lightly ...
This easy trail provides access to a lightly forested bench that holds a handful of scenic ...
Mill Creek Trail offers backpackers an ideal spring trip. While trails at higher elevations ...
A traverse of Lassen Volcanic National Park is the ultimate winter experience in the area. ...
This trip o?ers snowshoers a great way to experience some of the best scenery the park ...
The view from the summit of 7,968-foot Diamond Peak is one of the park’s best winter vistas, ...
The first half of the journey to Ridge Lakes follows the gentle grade of the Main Park ...
Forest Lake sees relatively few visitors in the summer, as the shallow lake o?ers no swimming ...
Those in search of a short and easy hike to a lakeshore lunch spot, campsite with a view, ...
Considerably longer than the Digger Creek Trail to Heart Lake, this is for hikers and ...
Walk a bit of history along a segment of the Nobles Emigrant Trail. For nearly the first ...
The shortest and least difficult route to Cliff Lake and the two neighboring lakes, Shadow ...
Summit Lake is both a popular campground and a departure point for hikers and backpackers ...
Dropping approximately 700 feet in the first 3.3 miles, this trip offers the easiest approach ...
Corral Meadow may not be one of Lassen Volcanic’s famous flower-filled, open meadows, ...
This easy stroll around the mostly forested shoreline of Summit Lake is suitable for hikers ...
On this trip, hikers can enjoy the beauty of Kings Creek Cascades and Falls, as well as ...
This very short trail follows a stretch of Kings Creek downstream from the picnic area ...
Numerous lakes, easy terrain, and a lack of crowds make this trip a backpacker’s paradise. ...
A fascinating hike that visits a pair of active geothermal areas in the southwestern corner ...
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