Off-Highway Drives Trails Near Redding, CA
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Off-Highway Drives Trails Near Redding, CA

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3 - 28 mi
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Redding has 12 off-highway-drives trails. These trails range from 3 to 28 miles in length. The most popular trails are Deadwood Road, Bowerman Ridge Trail and Burney Mountain Trail. Trails.com member Susan B. recently completed Shasta Bally Trail. See all Redding trails.
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Backbone Road travels through a mix of private land and Shasta-Trinity National Forests ...
Burney Mountain rises west of the Hat Creek Valley, opposite the Hat Creek Rim. Like all ...
This graded gravel road travels through Lassen National Forest and climbs to West Prospect ...
An exhilarating drive with several miles of sustained steep climbing to an elevation above ...
Backbone Ridge Trail (not to be confused with North Coast #27: Backbone Road on the south ...
This short loop starts and finishes on Northern Sierra #46: Hat Creek Rim Trail and provides ...
The trail proper leaves California 44, 2.7 miles east of Old Station. The Hat Creek Rim ...
Shasta Bally Trail is a wonderful addition to the easier North Coast #25: South Shore ...
South Shore Drive follows the southwestern shore of Whiskeytown Lake, one of the reservoirs ...
Deadwood Road is an easy run between Lewiston and French Gulch. Initially, the small single-lane ...
The Central Valley Project, begun in 1935, was conceived to control floods and provide ...
This graded cinder loop starts and finishes just off California 299 and travels through ...
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