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Hiking Trails around Oakhurst

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Address: Oakhurst, CA 93644

Moderate | Lewis Creek - 4 miles one way.

Note: Entire trail is from Sugar Pine in the north to Cedar Valley in the south (or vice versa). See next hike for trail description.

Easy | Lewis Creek - Highway 41 Trailhead to Sugar Pine - 2 miles.

Note: Beautiful walk; may encounter snow/ice toward Sugar Pine in winter.

Moderate | Lewis Creek - Highway 41 Trailhead to Cedar Valley - 2 miles.

Note: The trail is steep, with switchbacks, to bottom of Corlieu Falls. Trail can be slippery and has plenty of poison oak. Caution is advised. 

Easy | Oakhurst River Parkway is an easy, mostly-flat three-mile out-and-back trail that begins at Oakhurst Community Park and winds along the Fresno River, passing the Fresno Flats Historical Site before it makes its way to Yosemite High School. Return the way you came.


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