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Great for the little ones

In the creekbed
In the creekbed
Wouldn't want to be in here when it's raining, but on a clear day it's enjoyable and even approaches being wild.
User: upfreak - 5/1/2004

Location: Spring Creek Preserve

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 1.75 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: A surprising amount of solitude and beauty. Went on a rather hot day but hiked mostly in the shade after the first third of a mile in a meadow. Spotted a lizard, some fishermen and kids in the creek. But was alone the rest of the time. No paved trails, making it a nice little jaunt into the woods. They say this is the only location in the world where eight different species of oak live together. Drop down into the streambed for a much more interesting experience with cliffs and clear-running water.

Log Photos:
In the creekbed
In the creekbed
Spring Creek Preserve Lizard
Spring Creek Preserve Lizard
Streambed Cliffs
Streambed Cliffs

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