Redding, California (PRWEB) March 19, 2012
With over 200 miles of hiking, biking and riding trails, Redding could claim title to being California’s trail capital. Now, the Redding C&VB has published a guide to the best of these trails.
The new Redding Area Trails guide describes 30 of the area’s most popular trails with information about their level of difficulty, distance, surface, and whether bikes and dogs are allowed and drinking water and restrooms are provided.
Locations of 14 major points of interest seen from the trails are noted on the guide’s color-coded trail map, including descriptions of where architecturally significant bridges, historic sites, scenic viewpoints and wildlife can be seen.
Printed copies of the guide are available at the California Welcome Center in Anderson and Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding. An online version of the guide is found at visitredding.com/trails.
Web links to additional guides to off-road trails and backcountry byways are located at visitredding.com/scenicdrives.php.