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While not as wide, level or well graded as Stagecoach Trail, it provides another perspective on the canyon, and has some shade.
Trail goes from Stagecoach Trail to Stagecoach Trail. While not as wide, level or well graded as Stagecoach Trail, it provides another perspective on the canyon, and has some shade. On clear days it is possible to see the snow-capped Sierra Nevada as well as views both up and down the American River Canyon. There are two locations where there are benches from which to enjoy the views along the way. The trail crosses several small oak meadows. It also provides a good view of the imposing Foresthill Bridge and some opportunities to watch hikers and bikers below on Stagecoach Trail.
Parking is off Russell Rd. From I-80 exit at Foresthill. Turn right (west) on Lincoln Way. Follow Lincoln Way for about ½ mile and turn left onto Russell Road. Drive slowly as many residents, children, and pets may be walking or biking along this single lane road. After about ½ mile, there is a small parking area on the left as you round a curve to the right. Trailhead is behind the parking area beyond green gate (#138).
Fishing: Rainbow and Brown Trout, Small and Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Catfish and Sunfish.
Via Ferrata, which means “Iron Road” in Italian, is a protected hiking and climbing experience.
Come and enjoy Woodward Tahoe’s indoor facility, called “The Bunker,” which contains skateparks, foam pits, trampolines, a state-of-the-art Digital Media Lab and more.