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Is This Rancheria or Crown Valley Trailhead?

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Postby DoyleWDonehoo » Fri May 26, 2006 3:50 pm

Buck, some very nice pictures. Yeah, that walk down the trail into Tahipite is really something: around 4000 feet of drop. The lower part of the trail was a bit eroded for me. I found a "Shorty"-like cabin, what was left of it, there. The Crown was impossible to cross (early season). I actually met a NP Ranger on that trail! Maybe they fixed the trail up some. Tahipite is a very natural state "Yosemite" valley.
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Postby s_kruse » Fri May 26, 2006 4:39 pm

Regardless of how the trailhead is marked, the red line you show on the topo map follows along side Rancheria Creek and leads to Crown Valley. Elevation gain is more gradual vs. the more northerly trail that climbs the ridge to Three Springs, then goes to Crown Valley.

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