California is a wonderful state to visit and enjoy many activities. From down south to up north there is plenty to see and do. Furthermore, when you’re in California there are plenty of multi-use trails for you to enjoy. If you’re looking for a vacation spot or just a way to pass the day, check out one of these beautiful trails.
- Yosemite Valley Trails, Mariposa: In Yosemite you’ll find a seven square mile trail that leads you through the park. Here you can see the Swinging Bridge, upper and lower falls, the Chapel, Royal Arches, and Washington column. The trail is shared with bicyclers and other pedestrians. The best time to visit the park is during the spring months, so you can see the beautiful waterfalls right after the snow melts.
- Walnut Trail, Irvine: If you visit Orange County or live nearby, this is a beautiful way to spend the day. You will have access to four different parks and even a dog park along the way. Furthermore, along the trail there are plenty of trash cans and drinking fountains. This trail doesn’t offer an impressive scenic view, but the trail has little to no elevation gain. This is the perfect place to spend the day. While you’re there stop by “The Incredible Edible Park” to see the citrus trees and how the park grows organic food to feed over 200,000 people each month.
- Tulare, Santa Fe Trails, Kings, and Tulare: The trail is located in the heart of the Central San Joaquin Valley. The valley is one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world. So if you love farming, fresh food, and a great adventure this is the place. You will have plenty to see and do on this trail. Furthermore, this trail is lined with beautiful trees, landscaping, lighting, and has plenty of rest stops to stop and get a drink of gaze at the beautiful beaches.
These are just three of the many trails in California. There are over 200 beautiful ADA accessible trails located throughout the state of California. Depending on where you live or want to drive, stop on the way and visit some great trails. To help you plan your vacation or day adventure, visit Trail Link to find the trails nearest you.