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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
April 23, 2011
Cool To Cool Canyon Loop
El Dorado County
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The Place

Cool To Cool Canyon Loop
April 23, 2011
10:00 AM

Olmestead Loop Trail Billboard with Map

This hike is being held near the NCCNA convention for those who are attending the convention.

Tree Lined Path Through Open Field

The shortage of extensive natural preserves in the foothills makes the 35,000-acre Auburn State Recreation Area all the more special.

View Above The Tree Tops Of The Snow Covered Moutain Peaks

Walking the Walk

This loop starts on the Wendall T. Robie Trail down to the Middle Fork of The American River then up the Pointed Rocks Trail Back to the Wendall T. Robie Trail and to the parking lot.

Trail Up The Hill Lined By Trees

Of its more than 100 miles of hiking trails this challenging loop traverses a rich range of foothill scenery - rolling oak, savanna, chaparral, and rugged river canyon.

Level: 3 - Miles: 6.2 - Elevation change: 1400 ft - Host: Brent M.

Almaden Quicksilver Picture

Know Before You Go:

Parking is $10.00 - Parking next door in the Plaza is free.
Dogs Allowed on Leash
Dress appropriately, layers are suggested
Restrooms - Available In Parking Lot

Water Falls

Directions:

From San Jose Take 680-N for 71 miles, tale exit 71A to I-80 E, go 78 miles, exit 119-C, turn left on Elm Ave, go 6.7 miles, go left on CA-193, turn right to stay on CA-193-49 south. The trail starts from the parking lot behind the fire station on the north end of the small town of Cool.

Trail Through Grassy Field Surround By Trees

Where to Meet:

We will meet in the Parking lot to start the hike.



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