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Autumn Waterfalls

Big waterfalls and fall colors? These three waterfalls outside of Redding are amazing anytime of year, but during autumn you get an extra color-fall adventure!

Week 10.13.2016
Regions Northern CA

Three Falling

Hiking McCloud Falls in Redding Area Northern California

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Three waterfalls, incredible autumn colors, and hardly any people. McCloud Falls might be the best waterfall hike in Northern California. There are bigger waterfalls in the state, but it’s the whole package that makes this 4-mile (round-trip) hike truly memorable. The entire way…
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Autumn-tastic Adventures

Autumn Adventures and Waterfalls in Redding

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Waterfalls year round, hiking and biking trails filled with fall colors, famously sunny days—are you Redding for autumn? You should be! Redding is the trails capital of California, as in 225+ miles of trails located within 15 miles. Surrounded by Mount Lassen and Mount Shasta…
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Burney Man!

Hiking to Burney Falls in McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park

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Upon first seeing Burney Falls, President Theodore Roosevelt called it one of the wonders of the world: a 129-foot waterfall gushing 100 million gallons every single day. This baby absolutely thunders! Whitewater and mist kick out around its base as water from Burney Creek drops…
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A Shot of Whiskey

Hiking to Whiskeytown Falls in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area outside of Redding, Northern California

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Whiskeytown Falls is a relative newcomer. While a few locals knew of its existence, it wasn’t largely shared, and there wasn’t a trail—until 2004. That’s when park biologist Russ Weatherbee “discovered” the falls while viewing aerial photos. Soon the park got to work on building…
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