Backpacking Trails Near Old Station, CA
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Backpacking Trails Near Old Station, CA

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Old Station has 14 backpacking trails. These trails range from 6.6 to 15.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Twin Lakes, Horseshoe Lake, and Grassy Swale, Caribou Wilderness Area Trail and Rainbow and Snag Lakes Loop. Trails.com member Stephanie G. recently completed Widow Lake. See all Old Station trails.
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These fraternal twins are connected by more than the narrow umbilical cord of the stream ...
Unique volcanic formations, a historic trail used by emigrants to California in the mid-nineteenth ...
The Cluster Lakes number nearly a dozen. Not all have names, and some are no larger than ...
Fall is the best time of year for hardy souls to make those final backpacking trips before ...
From late April through mid-November, this trail is teeming with anglers, sniffing out ...
This section of the Nobles Emigrant Trail no doubt inspired awe and wonder in the travelers ...
Most folks heading off into the backcountry north of Summit Lake hike to Echo Lake and ...
It’s not the prettiest, or the biggest, or the deepest lake in Lassen Volcanic National ...
The Fantastic Lava Beds divide Butte Lake from Snag Lake, and define the ambiance of both. ...
Isolation. Two trails lead to Widow Lake, but neither is easy, and both are seldom traveled. ...
The Nobles Emigrant Trail traverses most of the northern reaches of Lassen Volcanic Park, ...
Cinder Cone’s volcanic wonderland combines with a gently undulating trail around two of ...
This easily accessible pair of trails in the northwest corner of Lassen Volcanic National ...
A long stroll through meadows, opportunities to explore six lakes, and a visit to a waterfall ...
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