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près de Jones Bar (historical), California (United States)

South Yuba River state Park. The Independence Trail is constructed at the bottom of an old mining flume. Canyons are forded with wooden trellises. Much of it is wheelchair accessible. The West section of this trail is the original section and as such is more accessible. It includes accessible picnic tables, long wooden flumes and a waterfall.
http://www.ncgold.com/Museums_Parks/syrp/IndepTrl.html
http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=496
http://www.ghosttownexplorers.org/itrail.htm

This trail continues past where I stop, but by that point it becomes a single track.

For a second hike see the east side of this trail:
http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=249449
randonnée

Picnic 2

3 picnic tables and a wheelchair accessible outhouse
stationnement

Ind Prk

Upper parking lot for Independence trail - good for both the east and the west trails.
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TJ JBT IND

Trail junction Jones Bar Trail and the Independence Trail
arbre

Picnic 1

1 picnic table
panoramique

Overlook

Platform to look over the canyon
randonnée

Ramp

Waterfall with viewing platform and wheelchair ramp to the bottom of the falls

1 comment

  • Photo de ClipperCreekWanderer

    ClipperCreekWanderer 25 avr. 2013

    This is still a great trail. As time goes on, the state's commitment for maintaining this area is faltering. Outhouses are boarded up. The end of the ramp now stops before it gets to the water below the waterfall. This is one of the state parks that California has threatened to close due to budget problems. Sad to see the state trying to close parks with historic or biological significance while keeping all the boating, OHV, and beach parks open. Hope we can keep our trails open forever.

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