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Top Trails™ Sacramento
From the shady urban banks of the Sacramento River to the wilderness and waterfalls of the Sierra Nevada foothills, superb outdoor opportunities abound within two hours of Sacramento. The California capital has numerous nearby trails that access the Great Valley’s once extensive wetlands and marshes, and explore the sinuous swaths of riverside forests and broad expanses of open grasslands. Just a short distance from Sacramento the trails in the Coast Range and Sierra foothills climb oak-clothed ridgetops and traverse rugged river canyons. Farther uphill in the Sierra Nevada, hikers enjoy scenic waterfalls, wildflower studded meadows, and high mountain lakes.
Longtime Sacramento resident and intrepid hiker Steve Evans has selected the 43 “must-do” hikes in Top Trails™ Sacramento, the only guidebook specifically targeting the region's outdoor enthusiasts. Most trips are within 2 hours of the city. With trails ranging from 1 to 10 miles and sea level to 9000 feet, this concise and detailed hiking guide makes it easy to pick the right trail. Whether you’re looking for a scenic stroll, a full-day adventure, or even a spectacular alpine peak-bagging trip, you’ll find it here.
Guidebooks in the affordable and easy-to-use Top Trails series feature elevation profiles, detailed maps, driving directions, and “don’t get lost” trail milestones.
At-a-glance information shows which trips have the best opportunities for sightseeing, camping, running, biking, and which trails are child-friendly.
Steven L. Evans
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