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Cantil, California

Cantil, California is a must-visit for outdoor adventurers, offering some of the best trails and outdoor activities. A top choice is the El Paso Mountains, known for its scenic hiking trails of varying difficulty. The landscape is marked by unique rock formations and a river that adds to the charm of the trails. The Pacific Crest Trail, another gem, is a long-distance hiking and equestrian trail with stunning views of lakes and mountains. For those seeking a less strenuous activity, bird watching at the nearby Red Rock Canyon State Park is a popular attraction. This park is also home to unique geological features, making it a great spot for photography. With such diverse offerings, Cantil truly has something for everyone.

Top Spots in and near Cantil

  • Inyo County, California

    Fossil Falls Trail

    0.58 mi / 43 ft gain
    Fossil Falls is located east of Highway 395, a few miles south of Coso Junction, 45 min north of Ridgecrest. There is Bureau of Land Management sign pointing the way, but it is small, faded, and easy to miss, so be on the lookout. After about a mile drive on a marked dirt road, you'll reach the ...
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  • Lancaster, California

    Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve

    2 mi / 900 ft gain
    If you're going during wildflower season, start your adventure at the visitors center at the end of 150th St. W. Parking in the lot outside the visitors center is $10, but there is ample street parking that is free. In the visitors center you can read more about the reserve, plan your hike, and s...
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  • Kernville, California

    Camp at Lower Springhill

    The Lower Springhill Campground is a primitive campsite situated along the Kern River in the southern area of Sequoia National Forest. Since this is a primitive campground, there is no potable water, bathrooms or garbage service. You must pack out what you bring in.The campground is easily access...
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  • Posey, California

    Sunday Peak Trail

    1.64 mi / 1060 ft gain
    This short and easy summit is located just outside of Kernville, California. To get there, follow Highway 178 towards Kernville and turn left on Highway 155 towards Wofford Heights. After a long, steep incline you’ll reach the top of Greenhorn Summit, marked by large parking areas on either side....
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  • Kernville, California

    Dispersed Camp along Salmon Creek in Sequoia NF

    There are several dispersed campsites found throughout the Sequoia National Forest. The majority can be found by driving on any of the OHV accessible roads. This particular campsite can be found at coordinates 35.89759, -118.4628. In order to get to the campsite, use Google Maps to get you to the...
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  • Palmdale, California

    California Aqueduct Trail

    7.67 mi / 213 ft gain
    California Aqueduct Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Palmdale, California.
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