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Hiking & Walking: California > Stanislaus National Forest > Summit Ranger District

Quick Facts

Beardsley Nature Trail

Difficulty: Easy
Elevation: 3,400 Feet (1059.9 Meters)
Length: 0.2 Mile (0.4 Kilometers)
USGS Map: Strawberry

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General Description

Beardsley Nature Trail, located adjacent to Beardsley Day Use Area, offering a quarter mile walk on easy terrain.

Directions from Summit District: Travel a few miles north on Highway 108, than travel 7 miles from the highway on Beardsley Road.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Early May through Late October .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Nature Study Beardsley Nature Trail
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ICON Viewing Scenery Summit Ranger District
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Related Activities
Beardsley Point Picnic Ground - Beardsley Reservoir Picnic Area, located fifteen miles northwest of Pinecrest at 3,400 feet, featuring 20 picnic sites.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Summit Ranger District, #1 Pinecrest Lake Road , Pinecrest, CA, 95364, Phone: 209-965-3434, Fax: 209-965-3372, TTY: 209-965-0488


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