Recreation

Backcountry Discovery Trail

The view from the top of Little Volcano, elevation 5801 feet.

The Plumas Backcountry Discovery Trail (BDT) invites exploration of the remote areas of the Plumas National Forest. You can expect rough road conditions on gravel and dirt roads and a slow pace of travel, maybe only 30-50 miles a day. Be prepared for downed trees or rocks on the road, rough and rocky surfaces, and brush encroaching on the road-way. Much of the route is under snow in the winter and early spring. There are no restaurants, grocery stores, or gas stations along the main route and cell phone coverage is intermittent. Then on-paved roads are currently maintained for travel by sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and high-clearance vehicles.

This guide book describes the various routes and makes some recommendations on what types of vehicles canuse them. Alternate routes, which are best traveled in a 4-wheel-drive vehicle, are high lighted as well.

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Recreation Conditions Report

 Area Name Status Area Conditions
Accessing Rangeland Open to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Antelope Lake / Taylor Lake Trail Open to Visitor This trail has recently been impacted by wildfires.  Visitors should always check for additional information  at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Antelope Lake Nature Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information  at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Antelope Lake Recreation Area Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Bachs Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Bear Cub Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Bear Lakes Loop Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Beckwourth Ranger District Open to Visitor As of November 1, 2021, winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Closures in response to the Beckwourth and Dixie fires have been lifted. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Berry Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Big Cove Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed. We and our partners are working hard to have this facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Big Cove Overflow Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed. We and our partners are working hard to have this facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Black Mountain Lookout Closed to Visitor Black Mountain Lookout is closed for the season. As of November 19, 2021, winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Boulder Creek Campground Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Brady's Camp Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Bucks Creek Loop Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Bucks Lake Area Grizzly Forebay Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Bucks Lake Grizzly Forebay Gauging Station Trail Open to Visitor
Bucks Lake Recreation Area Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Bucks Lake Wilderness Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at  Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Butterfly Valley Botanical Area Open to Visitor Open
Butterfly Valley Trail Open to Visitor Open
Camp 5 Boat Launch Facility Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this boat launch facility remains closed. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.

Cascade Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Chambers Creek Trail Open to Visitor The bridge on Chambers Creek trail has been heavily damaged by fire.  While the trail is accessible to visitors, the bridge cannot be crossed. Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Chilcoot Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed. We and our partners are working hard to have this facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Cleghorn Bar Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this recreation site remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. The campground will  be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices. 
Cold Stream Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information  at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Conklin Park Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed. Winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Cottonwood Springs Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed. We and our partners are working hard to have this facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Crocker Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed for the season. Winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Crocker Guard Station Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this facility remains closed for the season. Winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Deanes Valley Campground Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Deer Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Feather Falls National Recreation Trail Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this recreation site remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. The campground will  be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices. 
Feather Falls Trailhead Campground Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this recreation site remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. The campground will  be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices. . 
Feather River Canyon Recreation Area Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Feather River Ranger District Open to Visitor Always check for closure information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Fireline Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Flume Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Frazier Falls Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Frenchman Boat Launch Facility and Day Use Area Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this boat launch facility remains closed. We and our partners are working hard to have this facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Frenchman Recreation Area Open to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, Frenchman Recreation Area remains open with snow and wet conditions. Nearly all facilities were damaged during the Beckwourth Fire. We and our partners are working hard to have facilities ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
 
Gansner Bar Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Gold Lake Campground Closed to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Gold Lake Staging Area Open to Visitor Heavy snow has fallen in the area. It may take some time for the county to open Gold Lake Highway to the staging area. Restroom access is blocked by snow drifts. 
Gold Lake in Lakes Basin Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Goose Lake Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this facility is closed for the season. Large parts of Plumas National Forest are closed. Visitors are responsible for understanding all closures.  Detailed information is available at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Granite Gap Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Grasshopper Flat Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed for the season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Gray Eagle Creek Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Greenville Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Grizzly Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed for the season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Grizzly Creek Campground Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Hallsted Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season.
Haven Lake Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this facility is closed for the season. Large parts of Plumas National Forest are closed. Visitors are responsible for understanding all closures.  Detailed information is available at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Honker Cove Boat Launch Facility Closed to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, this facility is closed. Pack out all trash. Visitors should always check for closures on the Plumas National Forest website at https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices 
Hutchins Group Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Indian Springs Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Indian Valley Area Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Jamison Creek Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lake Davis Dam Picnic Area Closed to Visitor As of December 15, 2021 this location is closed. Visitors should always check for closures on the Plumas National Forest website at https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices 
Lake Davis Recreation Area Open to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, winter conditions have begun with snow and wet conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
 
Lake Davis Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. New accumulations are expected this week.  Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lakes Basin Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 28, 2021. this campground is closed for the season. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snow mobile staging area.  Visitors should always check for additional closure information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lakes Basin Group Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this campground is closed for the season. Large parts of Plumas National Forest are closed. Visitors are responsible for understanding all closures.  Detailed information is available at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lakes Basin Recreation Area Open to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, winter conditions have begun with wet and snowy conditions. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
 
Lightning Tree Boat Launch Facility Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this boat launch facility remains closed for the season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lightning Tree Campground Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. New accumulations are expected this week. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Little Beaver Campground Closed to Visitor This campground is closed for the season.  Always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Little Grass Valley Recreation Area Open to Visitor As of November 1, 2021 developed campgrounds are closed for the season. All day use recreation sites remain open.  Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lone Rock Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Long Lake Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Long Point Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Long Point Group Campground (25 people per site) Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Lost Cabin Springs Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lost Cove Boat Ramp Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Lower Bucks Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Lunker Point Boat Launch Facility Closed to Visitor As of September 27, 2021, this location is closed. Pack out all trash. Visitors should always check for closures on the Plumas National Forest website at https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices 
Mallard Cove Boat Launch Facility Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this facility remains closed for the season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
McCarthy Bar Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Meadow Camp Campground Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Meadow View Equestrian Campground Closed to Visitor As of November 19, 2021, this campground remains closed for the season. We and our partners are working hard to have the facility ready for the 2022 season. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Middle Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Middle Fork Trails - Access from La Porte Rd Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Middle Fork Trails-Access from Bucks Lake Road Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Mill Creek Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Mill Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at .Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website
Milsap Bar Campground Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this campground remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. This campground will be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices
Monument Peak Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Mt. Elwell Trail and Loop Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Mt. Hough Trail Open to Visitor As of Friday, November 19, 2021, the Mt. Hough Trail is open. Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
No Ear Bar Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
North Fork Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
North Fork Fishing Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Oddie Bar Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Pacific Crest Trail (PCT)    As of Friday, November 18, 2021, all segments of the Pacific Crest Trail through through the Plumas National Forest are open. Detailed information is available at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Peninsula Tent Campground Closed to Visitor As of October 17, 2021, this campground is closed for the season. 
Peter's Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at  Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Queen Lily Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Red Bridge Campground Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Red Feather Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this campground is closed for the season Always check for Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Ridge Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Rock Creek Campground Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Round Lake Trail and Loop Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Round Valley Lake Nature Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Round Valley Reservoir Day Use Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.    
Sandy Point Day Use Area and Boat Launch Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Silver Lake Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season  
Silver Lake and Mud Lake Trails Open to Visitor As of November 1, 2021, several inches of snow has fallen in this area. Expect patchy snow at the trailhead and deeper accumulations at higher elevations.  Trail users may not be able to locate the trail hidden below the snow. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Sly Creek Campground Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this recreation site remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. The campground will  be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices. 
Smith Lake Trail Open to Visitor As of December 15, 2021, deep snow has fallen in this area. Gold Lake Highway is closed at the snowmobile staging area for the winter. Visitors should always check Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Snake Lake Campground and Equestrian Camp Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Spanish Creek Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season  
Spanish Creek Group Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season  
Spanish Ridge Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Spanish Traverse Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Spring Creek Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this campground is closed. Closure is in response to the Beckwourth Complex Fire. Detailed information is available on the Plumas National Forest website at https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices From that webpage scroll down to “Closures”, click the link to the most current Beckwourth Complex Fire Closure Notice. Then scroll down to “View and download closure order and map.”
Stag Point Closed to Visitor As of April 2, 2021, this recreation site remains closed due a Forest Closure Order in response to dangerous conditions related to recent wildfires. The campground will  be closed until March 10, 2023. Always check for alerts and notices at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices. 
Strawberry Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this campground is closed for the season Always check for Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Sundew Campground Open to Visitor Closed for the season
Three Lakes PCT Tie Open to Visitor This trail is open but inaccessible at this time.  Detailed information is available at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website. When open, the Three Lakes via the PCT is not currently recommended for horses. The Forest Service road leading to Three Lakes PCT tie-in is for 4WD vehicles only.
Three Lakes Trail Open to Visitor This trail is open but inaccessible at this time.  Detailed information is available at Alerts & Notices on the Plumas National Forest website. Currently, the Three Lakes trail via the PCT is not recommended for horses.   The Forest Service road leading to Three Lakes PCT tie-in is for 4WD vehicles only.
Tooms RV Campground Closed to Visitor As of September 16, 2021, this campground is closed for the season Always check for Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.
Whitehorse Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season
Wyandotte Campground Closed to Visitor As of October 17, 2021, this campground is closed for the season.
Yellow Creek Trail Open to Visitor Visitors should always check for additional information at Alerts and Notices on the Plumas National Forest website.

Spotlights

Butterfly Valley Botanical Area

Pitcher Plant Pods

Designated as a botanical area in 1976, the Butterfly Valley is named for its resemblance to a butterfly shape as seen from aerial photos.  Located 3.5 miles north of Quincy on Hw 70/89 off of Blackhawk Road, this area includes a Nature Study of 5 species of plants including the California Pitcher Plant, a rare and unusual insect eating plant that only grows in scattered boggy areas from southern Oregon down through northern California.  Peak blooming season is May through July.  There are also 4 other species of insectivorous plants; 12 species of orchids, 24 species of plants in the Lily family, 9 species of ferns, as well as poppy, buttercup, wild rose and lady slipper. 

Indian Valley Area

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Just north of Quincy in Plumas County, the Indian Valley includes fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking and camping in the Plumas National Forest. This portion of Highway 89, just north of Quincy connects two major scenic highway routes. Plumas County's "Scenic Byway Link" travels through the quiet, historic communities of Canyon Dam, Greenville, Crescent Mills, and Taylorsville and is a connection between "Feather River National Scenic Byway" on Hwy 70, just north of Quincy and the “Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway", which begins at the northern boundary of the Plumas National Forest. This route makes for great scenic driving throughout the year, but is widely known for its spectacular full fall splendor. Also located in the Indian Valley is the Round Valley Reservoir located three miles above Greenville, which is a warm water fishery containing bass and bluegill.   It’s a popular place for fishing and picnicking, and is nearby to the Greenville campground. The area is also great for bicycling.

Gold Lake Trail

Gold Lake - Bucks Lake Wilderness

The Gold Lake Trailhead is located at Silver Lake Campground.

Trail Length - 1.5 miles

Difficulty - Moderate

Approximately hiking time - 45 minutes

This trail leads to Gold Lake, a crystal clear lake within a majestic granite basin. The lake lies on the eastern side of the Bucks Lake Wilderness.  The lake provides a lovely spot for swimming or picnicking. The hike to Gold Lake climbs through granite steps and walkways, and provides wonderful views of Jack's Meadow below.  There are some wilderness campsites. 

Valley Creek Trail

This trail is closed due to fire hazards in the area. Please see fire use, camping, fire closure area and other restrictions that apply to this site at:  Notices & Alerts

 

The Valley Creek Botanical Special Interest Area contains one of the few remaining examples of Sierra Nevada mixed conifer old growth forest in the Northern Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is located on the Plumas National Forest in southern Plumas County, at an elevation of 4500 to 5000 feet. Bob Cermak, a Forest Service District Ranger in the 1960s, recognized its unique beauty and ecological value, and began the process of designating it as a Special Interest Area. His vision was realized in 1961, when it was officially preserved. In 2011, a 2.5-mile hiking trail was completed, providing access for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The trail is gentle with a few moderately steep sections.

The old growth Douglas-fir and Sugar pine provide habitat for many local wildlife species, including the sensitive California spotted owl and Northern goshawk. They also provide dwellings for small mammals. Valley Creek, which runs through the Special Interest Area, has been recognized as habitat for the sensitive foothill yellow-legged frog and the Federally Threatened red-legged frog.

Gold Lake Staging Area

This is the Plumas National Forest facility for accessing the Lakes Basin snowmobile trail system. The location includes a large parking area for vehicles and trailers, two vault toilets and seasonal access to groomed snowmobile trails. During heavy snow the parking area is plowed by Plumas County. This is not a snow park and does not offer play areas for families. A comprehensive brochure of the snowmobile trails system is available at  https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5129881.pdf

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Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail

The Plumas National Forest, Feather River Ranger District is home to a 32-mile segment of the internationally renowned Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). This stretch of the PCT runs from Fowler Peak south to Gibsonville Road.

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