Frazier Falls

Graeagle, California

Frazier Falls Professional Review and Guide

"Once the access road sheds its snow and Frazier Creek is running at full force, scads of sightseers flock to Frazier Falls on the weekends, with good reason, as a short, nearly flat and wheelchair-accessible half-mile trail leads to an excellent view of the thundering falls.

The paved trail is suitable for young and old alike, but make sure you keep an eye on children who may want to leave the safety of the trail, especially where a well-worn path leads to slippery rocks above the falls. During the height of the season, plan a visit to the area on a weekday in order to escape the crowds."

Frazier Falls Reviews

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5/25/2008
Very short, paved and easy trail. Handicap accessible too. The waterfall was flowing very strong and was very beautiful. The views are worth the time.
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Trail Information

Graeagle
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
1
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
30-60 mins
Duration
Best Late May through October
Season
Plumas National Forest at 530-836-2575, www.fs.usda.gov/plumas
Local Contacts
USFS Lakes Basin, Sierra Buttes, and Plumas-Eureka State Park Recreation Guide
Local Maps
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Jun 2018