California Jaunts

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Death Valley National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Marble Mountain Wilderness

Mt Shasta Vicinity

Mt Shasta Wilderness

Plumas National Forest

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Russian Wilderness

Shasta County

Sierra Vicinity

Thousand Lakes Wilderness

Trinity Alps Wilderness

Whiskeytown National Park

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2 thoughts on “California Jaunts

  1. Hi! Your website is so helpful. I love seeing all the inspiring mountain photos & food ideas! I am trying to plan a 2-day backpacking trip, short mileage, for this November. I live in Oakland and am hoping to try my first time to Trinity Alps, but it’s difficult to know whether there is anywhere to camp there without too much snow at that time. What would you recommend weather-wise: try for any trail available at trinity alps, or head somewhere else instead due to snow concern? I’d love your advice! Thanks for any recommendations either to go for it, or to wait until spring. 🙂

    Best,
    Elizabeth

    • Thanks, it makes me happy to share. November will be very cold but snow is unpredictable. There are some lower elevation areas that will be less apt to receive early snow. Canyon Creek is a good option as it has paved road access. Spring can be frustrating trying to determine melt. In some years I can get to high trails by Memorial Day. Other years access is still blocked on July 4th. Wish I had a crystal ball.

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