Agua Caliente Creek Trail

Warner Springs, California

Details

Distance

10.68 miles

Elevation Gain

1191 ft

Route Type

Out-and-Back

Description

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Agua Caliente Creek Trail, located in Warner Springs, California, is a popular hiking destination known for its unique natural features. The trail spans approximately 10.68 miles, offering a moderate level of difficulty suitable for hikers with some experience. The trail is marked by a clear path, with occasional rocky terrain and slight inclines. The trail is home to Agua Caliente Creek, a notable water feature that runs alongside the trail. Hikers can expect to cross the creek multiple times, adding an element of fun and challenge to the hike. The trail also offers views of distinct rock formations, adding to the visual appeal of the hike. Hikers are advised to wear sturdy footwear to navigate the rocky terrain and creek crossings. It's also recommended to carry water and snacks, as there are no facilities along the trail. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to visit is during the cooler months to avoid the summer heat. Agua Caliente Creek Trail offers a unique hiking experience with its diverse natural features and moderate difficulty level.
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Features

Backpacking
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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