Hiking

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The Six Rivers National Forest has hundreds of miles of trails for hikers. From a smooth path through the deep forest to a challenging ascent of the wilderness areas, opportunities abound for most experience levels.

It is not possible for us to visit all trails on a frequent basis. We often must rely on reports from the public concerning current trail conditions. If you visit any trails on the forest and note conditions different from what is listed here, we invite and welcome you to report what you observe to our recreation and wilderness program manager, Bryson Code, at brysonhcode@fs.fed.us.