Tule River to Eastside Trail Loop

Springville, California 93208

Tule River to Eastside Trail Loop

Tule River to Eastside Trail Loop Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"A scenic low-elevation loop day hike among the world’s largest trees with numerous short, steep ups and downs. Streams can be dangerous during spring runoff. This hike wanders along the border of Mountain Home State Forest and the Golden Trout Wilderness, upon which is superimposed Giant Sequoia National Monument. Don’t be too concerned about the tangle of government agencies that administer the area; the trail itself is usually clear enough. The terrain it traverses resembles Paul Bunyan’s washboard with numerous short, steep ups and downs, in and out of ravines cut by numerous creeks plunging down to meet the Tule River in a series of cascades and waterfalls. These can be dangerous to ford during the high point of spring snowmelt."

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9/4/2010
This was a wonderful hike along the Middle fork Tule River and Seqouia's. Rather taxing with lots of ups and downs. The Eastside trail is less traveled, but easy to follow to Galina Creek. The connecting trail between Galina Creek and Griswold trail disappeared about 10 yrds up from the creek. The path is a steep scramble up dense forrest terrain. I would recommend heading back along same path or take McAnlis trail back to camp.
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8/21/2004
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Trail Information

Springville
Nearby City
8.2
Distance
1,980 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Mid-May through October
Season
6,000 feet
Trailhead Elevation
6,800 feet
Top Elevation
Mountain Home State Forest, Golden Trout Wilderness, Giant Sequoia National Monument
Local Contacts
USGS Moses Mountain, Camp Wishon
Local Maps

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