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Do you know of any great hiking websites?

A former member
Post #: 40
Do you know of any great hiking websites where you get information about upcoming hikes? If you do then share the wealth by posting it here with a brief explanation of what you use it for.
A former member
Post #: 41
Summitpost - I use Summitpost all the time for trip reports. They are usually pretty nice about answering questions also.
Tom B.
user 12367098
Ridgecrest, CA
Post #: 20
Whitneyzone message board expands discussion beyond just the Whitney area and is not quite so sensored.


Hi Sierra Topix covers a variety of Sierra activities including hiking, fishing, back country packing. They are a great source for those liking to pack in on multi day trips. Also a great source for back country lake fishing.

user 14528163
Lake Isabella, CA
Post #: 30
This is Cyndi (Posting for Steve),

Here is a list of good sites: This page discusses "all trails'" "The online place for California outdoors" Strictly for information about the Pacific Crest Trail Images, articles, trip reports, forum, etc. ... An online resource for summit-focused hikers, climbers, and mountain lovers an online community devoted to encouraging climbing by fostering electronic communication among mountaineers.

We hope these meet your needs smile
John C.
user 16230121
Taft, CA
Post #: 2
Craig R. is an excellent site covering the southern portion of the Los Padres nat'l forest.
He has also recently written a guide book on all of the hiking trails of that area.
John C.
user 16230121
Taft, CA
Post #: 3
Another Los Padres/central coast hiking site is the Condor Trail Association. Covering an area from Lake Piru in the south to somewhere near Monterey in the north.
Tony S.
user 13898934
Group Organizer
Bakersfield, CA
Post #: 18
For weather forecast for any given area, I like the National Weather Service's 7 day forecast. This has a map that can be moved to any US location and selected for a forecast. Very handy for selecting a hiking site when weather is the deciding factor. The link below is for the Green horn summit.

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