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Del Norte County

  • Crescent City/Redwoods KOA Holiday
  • Has WiFi
  • Price?
  • Redwood Meadows RV Resort
  • $45-$63/night?
  • Poor cell reception?
  • WiFi + Cable
  • Laundry

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  • Mount Shasta City KOA Holiday – Mount Shasta City
  • Has WiFi
  • $45-$54/night

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Bear Lakes – Siskiyou Wilderness

Bear Lakes are a moderate 3.15 miles to Bear Lake from the Elbow Springs Trailhead in Siskiyou Wilderness. The primary lake lies at an elevation of 4,850 feet with a small pond above it, while the harder-to-reach Lower Bear Lake is a steep cross-country scramble drop to 4,300 feet. The Bear Lake Trail doesn’t appear to have a number or official name, but is located off the Kelsey Creek National Recreation Trail #4204 near Clear Creek on Highway 96 in Northern California.

Oregonnator.com appears to have a recent photo of the burn and lakes, and a good description of Bear Lakes and vicinity:

USFS – Siskiyou Wilderness

Bear Lakes – Zach’s Adventures Article

Bear Lakes – Oregonnator Blog Post

  • 2.85 miles one-way, 1.5 hours hiking time

Redwood Trail Runs

  1. Patrick’s Point
  2. Lost Man Creek
  3. Davison Trail
  4. Trillium Falls
  5. Foothill Trail
  6. Brown Creek Trail
  7. Horse Creek – Ten Taypo Trail
  8. Coastal Drive
  9. West Ridge Trail
  10. Prairie Creek Trail
  11. James Irvine Trail
  12. Miners Ridge Trail
  13. Requa-Hidden Beach – Coast Trail
  14. Tall Trees Grove
  15. Redwood Creek
  16. Skunk Cabbage
  17. Rhododendron Trail
  18. Flint Ridge Trai

English Peak – Marble Mountain Wilderness

  • Recommended Route: North Fork Trail from Mulebridge Campground, up the North Fork of the Salmon River.
    • Trail is recommended for mid to late summer due to high flows at creek crossings.
    • The Garden Gulch and Little North Fork Trails are not recommended.
  • Season: June – October
  • Moderate to Difficult Trail
  • Camping: Idlewild or Mulebridge Campgrounds on North Fork Salmon River

From the Mulebridge Trailhead going up the North Fork Salmon River:

  • 13 miles to Hancock Lake
  • @ 6 miles in, Right Hand Fork trail
  • @ 8.5 miles in, Lake of the Island Trail
    • 2 miles OW to Lake of the Island, river crossing, 4,200 feet elevation
    • Lake of The Island: 13 acres, 25 feet deep, 5,600 feet elevation, brook and rainbow trout
  • @ 10.5 miles, Abbott Lake Trail, 2 river crossings past Lake of the Island Trail
    • 1 mile OW climb to lake, river crossing, 4,800 feet elevation
    • Abbott Lake: 8 acres, 20 feet deep, 5,700 feet elevation, brook trout
  • @ 10.5 miles Big Meadows/Big Gulch Trail to Wild Lake, Lake Ethel, Lake Katherine, Horse Range Lake, Wooley Creek
  • @ 13.5 miles – Horse Range Lake (+3 steep miles from Abbott Cabin)
  • @ 14.5 miles – Wild Lake (+4 steep miles)
  • Exiting Wooley Creek Trail #5832 = 19 miles from junction with Big Meadows Trail from Wild Lake, to the Wooley Creek Trailhead
  • Exiting Marble Rim
    • Big Elk Lake is 7.3 miles from Lover’s Camp Trailhead
  • Exiting Garden Gulch or Little North Fork Trail – not recommended