Nice short little hike with a pretty waterfall at the end. Easy for all ages.
This is an exquisite playground for those who still love to explore. You could stay here all day and still want to go back. Bring water and a hat/sunscreen because it can get pretty hot during the day in the summer. There are a few little cave-like crevices along the back wall. If you're calm and quiet, you can even see some wildlife including several raptors and even small foxes, especially towards dusk.
This is an exquisite playground for those who still love to explore.
Beautiful crystal blue water and incredible scenery. There's a short walk down from the parking lot but its mostly paved and all of its flat. You could easily take a stroller or a rolling cooler down. It gets pretty busy at about 9:30am so if you don't get there before that you'll have to wait at least 30 minutes for a parking spot. I would suggest getting there early or even getting there at about 4pm when everyone is leaving. They also have stand-up paddle board rentals and canoe/kayak rentals.
Beautiful crystal blue water and incredible scenery.
Can we add an adventure profile for the Rubicon 4-wheeling trail? Half way through this is a campsite down by the spring. Gorgeous all the way through with varying landscapes and views. Only go if you're comfortable with difficult obstacles or are with a guide.
Can we add an adventure profile for the Rubicon 4-wheeling trail?
Plan on bringing plenty of water or a water filter to use at the top. It can be pretty dry and you need to stay extra hydrated at the higher elevation
Plan on bringing plenty of water or a water filter to use at the top.
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