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Rim Trail, California

   
There are two trailheads to chose from, one in each end, so if you can get a ride from someone, you can backcountry walk it just one way. Even though this is not a very long wilderness hiking trail it's always glorious to bring some emergency supplies, you never know what could happen. This neighborhood does get very dry sometimes, so make sure you check current conditions and fire restrictions with local forest authorities before you head out. With its 2.6 miles of walking distance it's a short backpacking trail. The total elevation difference for Rim Trail is 139 feet which is a lower than average number. The backpacking trail stays roughly within the same elevation zone the whole time which means the conditions are about the same from start to finish. You should count on this backcountry hike taking about 2.5 hours, but of course some people walk a bit slower and some a bit faster.


Trailhead 1 to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 1.3 miles
Total climbing distance = .5 miles
Difficulty : Medium
Casual Hiking Pace: 1 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: .5 hours

Trailhead 2 to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 1.3 miles
Total climbing distance = .6 miles
Difficulty : Medium
Casual Hiking Pace: 1 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: .5 hours
    Trailhead 1 back to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 2.6 miles
Total climbing distance = 1.1 miles
Difficulty : Medium
Casual Hiking Pace: 2.5 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 1.5 hours

Trailhead 2 back to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 2.6 miles
Total climbing distance = 1.1 miles
Difficulty : Medium
Casual Hiking Pace: 2.5 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 1.5 hours

Total elevation difference: 139 feet
   
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