Summary: This trail meanders up and down easy elevation changes to reach Lower Deer Creek Falls. This is a nice easy day hike to bring a lunch. Some Poison Oak off trail so watch your dog
Trailhead: The Trailhead is located on Hwy 32. There is a small turnout near a bridge. (Lat:40.17282 Lon:-121.55593)
Trail Guides for Lower Deer Creek Falls:
Trails of the Feather River Region
by Scott J. Lawson (Valderi Valdera Publishing)
Best Seasons: Spring, Summer,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Ranger Contact: Almanor Ranger District, Chester Ca. 530-258-2141
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Pamella and Andy, who has posted 2 other hikes on this site
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Reviewed by Ed on 8/1/2004
Deer Creek trail is a nice walk along a lovely piece of the creek/river. Walk to the fish ladder and swim (naked of course) in the big pools.
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