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If you're an outdoor lover, a rise in temperature often sparks a burning desire to get out and explore Northern California. Get out and explore natural areas by taking one of these easy spring hikes. These trails are rated easy so hikers of all skill levels can experience the beauty they have to offer

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Seven Lakes Basin

Seven Lakes Basin in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest is a wonderful opportunity to connect with nature. This trail is long at 8.4 miles out and back. However, it is considered easy and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Northern California’s crown jewel: Mount Shasta.

Cosumnes River Walk

If shade and lots of greenery are your thing, check out the River Walk at Consumnes River Preserve in south Sacramento. The three-mile round trail is incredibly relaxing and has amazing views of the river and lots of forestries.

Always plan your walk and don’t go out if you don’t know the area. photo: Eric Sanman

Bumpass Hell Trail

This is one of those “must-do” hikes in Northern California and spring is the perfect time to do it. The Bumpass Hell Trail is located in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Here you’ll find boiling water pits, clay pots, and plenty of sulfur vents. It is one of the most amazing easy hikes in Northern California.

Sacramento River Trail

The Sacramento River Trail at Caldwell Park is a nice family hike that offers a little bit of everything. Great views of the river, lots of trees and not one but two beautiful bridges.

Lady Bird Johnson Grove Trail

This walk near Orick, California allows you to experience the glory of a beautiful forest. The loop trail is just over a mile and is very flat. It is perfect for families or for those who just want to take a nice walk in the woods. It’s another wonderful trail and one of the best hikes for kids in Northern California.


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