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Annie and Mary Rail-Trail

6.8 miles
From City of Blue Lake website: The Annie & Mary Rail-trail is a conceptual trail that runs from Arcata to Korbel, through the City of Blue Lake. The trail will follow the Arcata and Mad River rail line historical corridor. The Arcata ...

Blue Gravel Mine Trail

1.75 miles
The Blue Gravel Mine Trail winds through southern neighborhoods of Redding. Although the trail parallels Buenaventura Boulevard and Canyon Creek Road for its entire route, it is generally set far back from the road in local woodlands. From the ...

Clover Creek Preserve Trail

2 miles
Paved trails on either side of Clover Creek combine with a loop around a retention pond to form a larger trail loop through Clover Creek Preserve in Redding. The scenic area offers views of the trickling creek and surrounding mountains, while ...

Hornbeck Trail

4 miles
The Hornbeck Trail is one of several single-track dirt trails open on the east side of Keswick Reservoir in Shasta County. The trail follows the former route of the Quartz Hill Railway, which once hauled quartz along the narrow-gauge line to ...

Middle Creek Trail (CA)

3 miles
The Middle Creek Trail provides a gentle 2-mile climb along a former railroad bed from the river bottom up to its intersection with Iron Mountain Road. From there, the trail follows an old stagecoach road and becomes steeper as it makes its ...

Sacramento River Rail Trail

11.1 miles
Over the years the Bureau of Land Management, with many partners, has worked diligently to develop one of the premier trail destinations in the West. North of Redding, the Sacramento River Rail Trail links with the Sacramento River Trail, forming ...

Sacramento River Trail

12.27 miles
Tucked away in Northern California's Shasta County is the charming town of Redding, which over the years has worked diligently to become one of the premier trail destinations in the West. The pride of Redding's trail system is the Sacramento ...

Stanford Hills Trail

0.84 miles
The Stanford Hills Trail is a short spur off the much longer Sacramento River Trail, the gem of Redding's trail network. The paved path primarily serves to transport residents of the Stanford Hills and Land Park neighborhoods to and from the ...