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    Warner Springs, California

    Agua Caliente Creek

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    El Cajon, CA
    Adventurer | 310 pts
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    10/18/2009
    This hike, Agua Caliente Creek Trail (PTC Section B1) Warner Springs North bound to Lost Creek Road ~7.2 miles and back. We started, northbound, from the parking area, junction of Hwy79 and PTC. Good parking place along the Hwy. Pass through the gate to begin the trail. Trail was easy to follow, deep sand in the valleys, and dusty trails thoughout. Great views of Waner Springs area after 2 miles up the trail. Many trees with shade in the valleys areas. Trail has lots of up and down hill hikings, with a total elevation gain of 1000 feet at Lost Creek Rd. junction. Lost Creek rd. could be used to access the trail further up, and parking areas were seen on that road. Water was still flowing in the the upper part of the creek ~4.5 miles up, in mid-October. The lower part of the creek was dry. The water, further up the trail, was clear, and drinkable if filtered. Deer tracks were seen near the water. Soaking our feet in the creek was quite refreshing. Sailplane glider aircraft were visable in the sky, flying over the mountains toward the desert. The day, we hiked, was 90 degrees F and very dry. Be sure to take extra water or filter the water from the creek. :-) Big Al
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    Escondido, CA
    Pathfinder | 112 pts
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    1/23/2007
    Great for an easy, relaxed walk/nature hike. It is heavily traveled however, so if you want to get away from civilization and enjoy some solitude in a natural setting, this is not the hike for you.
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    Trail Information

    Warner Springs
    Nearby City
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    9
    Distance
    Out-and-back
    Trail Type
    Moderate to Difficult
    Skill Level
    4 hours
    Duration
    October–May
    Season
    USFS PCT Map: Volume 1
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