I just launched a Facebook page where I highlight details of hiking trails in Northern California and important tips, updates, and news items.
Like Northern California Hiking Trails on Facebook
Here’s the link:
And there’s also a Facebook icon and link in the sidebar to the right.
Want to See All the Updates?
First “Like” the page. Second, put your mouse over “Following” and then select “See First.”
I’ll share 3-6 times per week, and it will be interesting and cool stuff, I promise!
What I Share on the Facebook Page
I share a wide variety of things that interest Northern California hikers, things like:
- Updates to this blog, including detail descriptions of hiking trails and recent hikes I’ve taken
- Upcoming events related to my two new hiking guidebooks Day Hiking: Mount Shasta, Lassen & Trinity Alps Regions and 100 Classic Hikes: Northern California, fourth edition
- Interesting news items relevant to hikers
- Cool photos and graphics
I Need Your Help…
I’d greatly appreciate it if you would share the page on your Facebook timeline and/or send the link to people you know who you think will be interested.
And, of course, please share posts that you think will interest your friends.
A Bit More About Regions I Cover
Northern California is a big place. This page focuses more on the upper half of Northern California, where I’ve explored the most and where I’ve lived most of my life:
- Lassen Volcanic National Park
- Lassen National Forest
- Lava Beds National Monument
- Mount Shasta area
- Castle Crags State Park
- Trinity Alps Wilderness
- Russian Wilderness
- Marble Mountains Wilderness
- Shasta-Trinity National Forest
- Klamath National Forest
- Six Rivers National Forest
- Redwood National and State Parks
- Redding Area: including Whiskeytown Lake National Recreation Area
- Sacramento Valley from Sacramento north, including Chico area
The key exception is the northern Sierra Nevada starting at Desolation Wilderness/Lake Tahoe area, where I’ve done a lot of hiking and plan to do a lot more.
I will occasionally include some information on areas that border this region, including Wine Country and the Bay Area, and also Southern Oregon, including the Pacific Crest Trail and trails near Ashland like the nearby Grizzly Peak Trail.