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Quite a hike and so worth the climb

We set out well prepared for a good walk on a hot Friday afternoon and ended up on one really tough... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
fuzzypeg2016
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Bristol, United Kingdom
Not for a meandering walk - this is a tough vigorous uphill hike

This trail is accessible off of Hwy 17 north - get off at the exit for the James Lenihan dam. You... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2015
swimmerlosgatos
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Los Gatos,Ca
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Oct 14, 2017
“Quite a hike and so worth the climb”
Nov 11, 2015
“Not for a meandering walk - this is a tough vigorous uphill hike”
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

We set out well prepared for a good walk on a hot Friday afternoon and ended up on one really tough climb in scorching heat with very little shade but it was completely worth it for the view from the summit. The trail is wide...More

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Reviewed 12 November 2015

This trail is accessible off of Hwy 17 north - get off at the exit for the James Lenihan dam. You drive past a parking area on your right and then past a quarry on your left, drive down around a curve to the right...More

1  Thank swimmerlosgatos
Reviewed 7 September 2015

- Trail head is approx a little less than 1 mile after the Lexington Reservoir large parking lot (with the port-o-potties). - The Limkiln Trail Head is approx 1/2 a mile after the Lexington Reservoir parking lot and right around the corner form the Vulcan...More

1  Thank tinaNtravel
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