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Let's get together and enjoy our world class trails. If you need a companion to walk with and don't want to walk alone, this is the group. Meet new friends and get a fresh start on the day. We'll do different walks and adjust our starting times based on the temperature. No experience needed and everyone is welcome to join or if you prefer to walk alone you can keep the group in sight and enjoy the solitude. Walk at your own pace and go as far as you want. Bring water on warm days, dogs welcome on leash.

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Whiskeytown Ranger led Hike Guardian Rock Trail

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This Whiskeytown Ranger led hike is themed Saving the Salmon. Hike will be on the Guardian Rock Trail, Saturday, July 2, 9am. It's a 2 mile roundtrip hike starting and ending at Horse Camp on Paige Bar Road, learn the importance of Chinook salmon and explore how the park is restoring habitat on Lower Clear Creek. This lesser known trail of Whiskeytown is moderate and the hike involves a couple of steep sections, including a short scramble down to the stream. Park pass required.
More about the hike at: https://www.nps.gov/whis/planyourvisit/guardian-rock.htm

Whiskeytown Ranger led Hike Davis Gulch Trail

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Davis Gulch Trail Hike: Join Whiskeytown Rangers on this 2 mile roundtrip hike and learn all about water at Whiskeytown. See how water has impacted park history and the environment. Meet at the Davis Gulch Trailhead at Brandy Creek Beach for this moderate hike. Park pass required. More information about the hike can be found at https://www.nps.gov/whis/planyourvisit/east-side-trails.htm

Whiskeytown Ranger led hike on Crystal Creek Water Ditch Trail

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Take a hike with a ranger from Whiskeytown along Whiskeytown’s signature water ditch (Crystal Creek) and learn all about this marvel of 1850s engineering. The Crystal Creek Water Ditch Trailhead is located on Crystal Creek Road, just 100 meters up from Highway 299. This is a mostly flat, two mile roundtrip hike.
**** For these hikes, we recommend bringing water, wearing sunscreen, and wearing shoes rather than sandals. Park Pass required. More info about the hike can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/whis/planyourvisit/crystal-creek-water-ditch.htm


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