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Arnold Rim Trail

White Pines Logging Museum Parking Lot, Arnold, CA
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Superb Hiking Trail

Arnold Rim Trail is well maintained, great for any day hike and in the middle of nature's splendor... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
danielwald71
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Arnold, California
A Real Gem

I love taking my dogs on the Rim Trail, which is as gorgeous as it is exciting. I typically park... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2017
Christine Too
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Murphys, California
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White Pines Logging Museum Parking Lot, Arnold, CA
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

Arnold Rim Trail is well maintained, great for any day hike and in the middle of nature's splendor. Trails are well marked.

Thank danielwald71
Reviewed 24 June 2017

I love taking my dogs on the Rim Trail, which is as gorgeous as it is exciting. I typically park at the Loggers' Museum in White Pines to access the trail, although there are a couple of other access points along the Highway 4 corridor....More

1  Thank Christine Too
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Nice tree lined trail for a relaxing walk, hiking or a run. Well marked. Dogs are allowed but I think on leash.

Thank Mandfu
Reviewed 1 February 2017

This is great because it has dog friendly trails. It also has a fairly long section that is paved and was plowed during the snow so we were able to go here one day when we didn't have time to go all the way up...More

Thank lovetotravel9609
Reviewed 7 October 2016

This trail is great in that you can go as far as you want with young family members in tow. While uphill we found it very do-able even for the inexperienced hiker.

Thank kimberlyd812
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Running about 13 miles and always growing due to a committed group of community volunteers, Arnold Rim Trail runs from the north end of town at White Pines Park to Avery Sheep Ranch Rd. The mid-section of the trail is my favorite with 3 peaks,...More

2  Thank Kathleen C
Reviewed 14 July 2016

We parked near the Cedar entrance and walked into start the trial at post 5. We were glad to have stopped at the ranger station to pick up the map ($1) before we started. However, we did have a few points were there were no...More

1  Thank Heather S
Reviewed 29 May 2016

There are some good walks to be had on the ART. We stumbled upon Arnold and wanted to hike and was told about the Falls Overlook and Top of the World. We would have benefited greatly from better trail signs and a decent map, neither...More

Thank MiksterCT
Reviewed 25 May 2016

I absolutely love this trail, and so does my dog! Gentle maintained trail through the pines, redwoods, and blooming dogwood trees. Great for all ages...

Thank travel1065
Reviewed 13 April 2016

Very gentle and picturesque trail. The sights are best accessed from the Sierra Nevada Logging Museum in the town of White Pines.

1  Thank Renuka D
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thous2n
24 October 2016|
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Response from travel1065 | Reviewed this property |
The first 8 tenths of a mile is paved. After that the trail climbs a bit, and it's fairly narrow. The first is totally doable in a wheel chair, and very pretty...
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Nmayb81
26 May 2016|
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Response from travel1065 | Reviewed this property |
The first half mile or so of the trail is paved...
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