Hiking Trails Near Weaverville, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Weaverville, CA

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Weaverville has 40 hiking trails. These trails range from 3.8 to 37 miles in length. The most popular trails are Four Lakes Loop, Canyon Creek Lakes and Boulder Creek Lakes and North Fork Trinity River to Grizzly Lake. Trails.com member Andy L. recently completed Stuart Fork Trail to Emerald and Sapphire Lakes. See all Weaverville trails.
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The long canyon of Stuart Fork and the three lakes at the head are breathtakingly beautiful ...
If there were a queen of the Trinity Alps, her throne would be somewhere in the vicinity ...
Depending on your point of view, Boulder Lake is either one of the best or one of the ...
For years Papoose Lake has managed to fly just under the radar screen when it comes to ...
Boulder Creek Lakes is a collection of shallow pools and minilakes spread over a wide ...
Fortunately, Long Canyon is prettier than it is long—otherwise the hike up this steep-sided ...
It’s a long haul up the Stoney Ridge Trail, and one could make a strong argument for using ...
If I were handed the raw materials—blocks of granite, sweet clear water, permanent snowfields, ...
This loop combines spectacular scenery (Foster Lake) with spectacular solitude (Poison ...
Though just an hour’s hike above popular Boulder Lake, Tapie, Lost, and Found Lakes get ...
Any description of Bobs Farm Trail must start with a disclaimer: Do not attempt this route ...
The route to Shimmy Lake rises moderately through mixed conifers and open slopes of ceanothus ...
Maybe it’s the ominous sounding name, or maybe it’s the fact that the only lake here is ...
This route follows four different creeks on a loop through some of the Alps’ most varied ...
This loop takes the scenic route to Granite Lake, a popular destination just 5.3 miles ...
Horseshoe and Ward Lakes, each perched in a secluded basin at the upper end of Swift Creek ...
Lake Anna’s appeal doesn’t lie in overwhelming alpine scenery or granite splendor like ...
The Four Lakes Loop is one of those alpine delights that almost seems unnatural it’s so ...
The trail to Alpine Lake has a split personality: first comes an easy, mostly level stroll ...
The Deer Creek Trail is a useful connecting trail that links Stuart Fork to the Four Lakes ...
Stuart Fork Trail is like a highway into the heart of the Trinity Alps. Not so much because ...
This is the alternative route to Rush Creek Lakes. The recommended route is 3 miles shorter, ...
The Rush Creek Lakes (there are four, plus assorted ponds) are close to Weaverville as ...
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 ...
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