Cedar Roughs Trail is a hiking trail in Napa County, California. It is within Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument and Cedar Roughs Wilderness. It is 1.9 miles long and begins at 505 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,104 feet.
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"Penetrating one of the most fascinating but inhospitable areas in the Wine Country, this hike explores Pope Creek, before climbing through remote country to an awesome overlook high above rustic Pope Valley.
Forming the divide between rustic Pope Valley and Lake Berryessa, the Cedar Roughs are a rugged and remote cluster of hills in eastern Napa County. The name is derived from the presence of the Sargent cypress, a species of tree that is endemic to California. Early pioneers in the area misidentified it as a cedar, which gave the area its name. It certainly is rough."
--Bubba Suess, Hiking California's Wine Country (Falcon Guides).
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