Meteorologist / air quality planner living and working in Chico, CA. I'm saving the fancy headlining trips for when my daughter is a little older, so in the meantime, I like to explore some of the lesser known parts of California.
It's a lovely hike! Not too far from Wildcat if you're camping there.
FYI, the lat/long for this trip on the map is the trailhead, not the actual location of the springs.
Springs are at 38.769, -119.715
If you need a Wilderness Permit, you can pick one up for free at the Weaverville Ranger Station just west of the junction of Hwy 299 and Hwy 3 in Weaverville.
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