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Marble Falls Trail - Sequoia National Park

A great spring time hike through a deep canyon in the Foothills.

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 6.6 miles
Duration: Half day

Overview:  This hike offers an abundant and diverse plant life as you switchback through shady, woodland chaparral. Oaks, cottonwoods, redbuds... more »

Tips:  The hike is best taken in the spring or fall months. You must be able to identify poison oak before you go. There are several areas... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Marble Falls Trailhead

Located up a small road near campsite #16 at Potwisha Campground.

2. Poison Oak Across Trail

There is a lot of poison oak on this trail. You must constantly look out for it.

3. Stream Crossing

There are several small creek crossings.

4. Milk Ranch Peak

Located near the Mineral King area. If you look hard enough you can see the Lookout station that sits on top.

5. Yucca with Snow

This trail offers many different plant species like yucca, flannel bush, nutmeg, clematis.

6. Small Falls

Several small falls are seen throughout the canyon.

7. Rocks

A beautiful group of banded rocks.

8. Marble Falls

Be safe in this area. The rocks are slippery and the river is deadly.