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    Quincy, California

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    The trail to Indian Falls isn't exactly a hike but it does have a pretty great swimming hole. The trail is a little bit rocky and with damp leaves on the ground you might find it to be very slippery, so watch your footing. It is somewhat steep but a short trail. There's a helpful railing built in on the last descent of the trail, which makes it easier to balance yourself on the way down. The water was brisk, but not too cold, and very beautiful, falling about 15 feet. There are a few trail signs along the way that identify various trees and plants, which is interesting and appreciated. The current is flowing pretty fast and weaker swimmers should probably not try to swim across to the jumping rocks. Otherwise, it is just great to see so much water flowing. There are no facilities here, so plan ahead and definitely plan to pack out any trash you bring in as well in order to keep the area clean and pretty. I understand it is a very popular place to hang out in the summer because of its lovely swimming hole, which is not surprising. Indian Falls is a beautiful spot and it is really easy to get to. Bring you dog and enjoy the water!

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    March to August
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    Plumas National Forest
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    USGS Crescent Mills
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