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Take a Healthy Hike or Bike on one of our Favorite Local Trails

  By Mara Dobyns Mountain Bikers Love Our Historic Bizz Johnson Trail and Susanville Ranch Park Trails. The historic Bizz Johnson Trail is spread across 26 miles between Westwood and Susanville with crossings over the Susan River, bridges and trestles. “The scenic ride is a favorite and has landed quite a few mountain bikers in Westwood, according to Ryan Gibbs, owner of Buffalo Chips Pizza in Westwood. The Bizz Johnson Trail winds 25.4 miles from Susanville to Mason Station. For the first 16 miles, the trail chases the Susan River. The rugged Susan River Canyon will take you across...

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New Map Points Out ‘Water Trails’ and Kayaking & Shore Fishing Spots

LAKE ALMANOR MAPS $10 New Map Points Out ‘Water Trails’ and Finds Kayaking & Shore Fishing Spots A new waterproof map is now for sale at local businesses and is available from Mountain Meadows Conservancy (MMC), the group that recently published the informative map. The map points out shoreline public access locations, great shoreline and kayak fishing spots on Almanor, Butt Lake, and Mountain Meadows Reservoir. Picture yourself on these three beautiful lakes whose combined surface area is nearly half the size of Sacramento, according to MMC. Kayaking and shore fishing around the waters of the Lake Almanor Basin just got easier...

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Snowmobile Trails – Lassen & Plumas National Forest

GRAEAGLE AREA TRAILS: Lakes Basin Recreation Area – Just two miles south of Graeagle, the groomed Gold Lake Highway winds through the Lakes Basin Recreation Area, connecting highways 89 and 49. This area offers 38 miles of groomed routes for snowmobiling. Gold Lake Highway – 14 miles, with two staging areas and restrooms at the northern and southern end of the highway. A restaurant is located at the southern end at Bassett’s Station. Haskell Peak – 14 miles, accesses many large open areas for cross-country riding. Howard Meadow – 6 miles, large open meadows, views of the Sierra Buttes....

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On The Trail With Dave Greater Redding Area Trails

Greater Redding Area Trails Story and photos by Dave Bartle   When it comes to trails and hiking, the Redding area is the jewel of Northern California. Boasting over 100 miles covered by 30 trails, the Greater Redding area is now a hiker’s and cyclist’s paradise. With the world famous Sundial Bridge acting as the launching point, you could conceivably hike all 30 trails with barely having to touch a paved road at all. Some are paved to allow for road bikes but the majority of the trails are dirt. They are all dog friendly and all the dirt...

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