Best Trails Near Susanville CA
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Best Trails Near Susanville CA

30
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1 - 35 mi
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16
Campgrounds
5
Off-Highway Drives
25
Other activities
Susanville has 30 trails in the vicinity, including 16 for campgrounds, 5 for off-highway drives and 25 for other activities. These trails range from 1.2 to 35.7 miles in length. The longest trail in Susanville is Susan River to Juniper Lake Trail a well-known trail measuring 35.7 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Crater Lake Campground, Antelope Mountain and Crater Lake Trail and Thompson Peak Trail. Trails.com member Breck T. recently completed Lassen Volcanic National Park Scenic Drive.
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Crater Lake Campground has the most unexpected charm. You drive off CA 44 across a railroad ...
Belfast Petrolglyphs Trail is a remote, lightly used trail that travels through an arid ...
Thompson Peak Trail is generally suitable for high-clearance 2WDs in dry weather. Drivers ...
Susan River to Juniper Lake Trail is a pleasant drive through Lassen National Forest. ...
Humboldt Trail leaves California 89 on the western shore of Lake Almanor opposite the ...
Eagle Lake and Honey Lake are part of the Basin and Range province of the Great Basin. ...
Finding the campground: From Susanville, drive southeast 20 miles on US 395. Turn right ...
Finding the campground: From Susanville, drive southeast for 10 miles on US 395. Turn ...
One of the more-remote lakes in the Plumas National Forest, Antelope Lake is a good wildlife ...
Finding the campground: From Susanville, drive southeast for 10 miles on US 395. Turn ...
Finding the campground: From Susanville, drive east and then north 50 miles on US 395. ...
Finding the campground: From the intersection of CA 139 and CA 36 in Susanville, drive ...
Finding the campground: Take CA 44 approximately 10 miles northwest of Susanville. Turn ...
Finding the campground: From the junction of CA 139 and CA 36 in Susanville, drive west ...
Finding the campground: From the junction of CA 139 and CA 36 in Susanville, drive west ...
Finding the campground: From the junction of CA 139 and CA 36 in Susanville, drive west ...
Finding the campground: From the junction of CA 139 and CA 36 in Susanville, drive west ...
Finding the campground: From Susanville, travel north on CA 139 for 30 miles. Turn west ...
Eagle Lake is the second-largest natural lake in California. Six campgrounds are located ...
Eagle Lake is so uniquely beautiful that you have to go there, and it is so far from anywhere ...
Any casual observation of Eagle Lake reveals a vast number of waterfowl floating on or ...
The nearly 5-mile, paved Eagle Lake Recreation Trail runs around the south shore of its ...
With numerous lakes and beautiful forest, this hike through the Caribou Wilderness explores ...
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