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20
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4 - 29 mi
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20
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8
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3
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Weaverville has 20 trails in the vicinity, including 20 hiking trails, 8 for backpacking and 3 for other activities. These trails range from 4.6 to 29 miles in length. The longest trail in Weaverville is Trinity Alps Wilderness Waterfalls a well-known trail measuring 29 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Four Lakes Loop, Canyon Creek Lakes and Boulder Creek Lakes and Trinity Alps Wilderness Waterfalls. Trails.com member Josh C. recently completed Canyon Creek Lakes and Boulder Creek Lakes.
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The long canyon of Stuart Fork and the three lakes at the head are breathtakingly beautiful ...
The trail starts out easy, climbing only 1000 feet within the first 10 miles of excellent ...
Nearly guaranteed solitude and incredible scenery are this loop’s main attractions. The ...
The Rattlesnake Creek Trail to Papoose Lake traverses one of the most intensely mined ...
Rugged snowcapped peaks, meadows strewn with wildflowers, bubbling creeks, and sapphire ...
Trinity Alps is the second largest official wilderness area in the state, spanning a majestic ...
Surround yourself with steep, jagged granite peaks. Sunbathe on flat, house-sized granite ...
Glacial cirques, high mountain passes, and panoramas of the Trinity Alps and other mountain ...
There’s a good chance you might not see another soul on this 24-mile semiloop trip through ...
The hike to the Bear Lakes is a journey into glaciated alpine splendor with granite crags, ...
In 9 miles from Weaverville to the trailhead you climb 5000 vertical feet. The last 1.7 ...
Big Bear Lake, along with off-trail companions Little Bear, Wee Bear, and Log lakes, are ...
Two lakes, each very different, and a lonely creek canyon with beautiful meadows and climax ...
Pleasant Adams Lake is only a half-hour horseback ride or an hour-plus hike from a trailhead ...
Union Creek canyon is not as spectacular as some other Trinity Alps canyons, but can’t ...
This is a strenuous trip, involving almost 12,000 feet of elevation change and the crossing ...
All three of these lakes are set in dramatic basins, each with its own particular charm. ...
Five miles of steep, nearly uninterrupted climbing deter a lot of people from the 8091-foot ...
The Four Lakes Loop circles 8162-foot Siligo Peak, switchbacking over three spur ridges ...
Lovely, picturesque Alpine Lake covers the bottom of a glacier-carved slot on the ridge ...
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