Pacific Crest Trail: CA Section 35

BURNEY FALLS to GRIZZLY PEAK: Scope a raging 129-foot waterfall to start this tough-and-dry 37.5-mile leg through rolling fir-forest basins to an isolated peak that rewards with views of Mount Shasta.
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BURNEY FALLS to GRIZZLY PEAK: Scope a raging 129-foot waterfall to start this tough-and-dry 37.5-mile leg through rolling fir-forest basins to an isolated peak that rewards with views of Mount Shasta.

Trail Facts

  • Distance: 60.2

Waypoints

PCT895

Location: 41.0135345458984, -121.65007019043

From Burney Falls General Store S-SW; take photos of Burney Falls; cross bridge and pick up the PCT, heading N.

PCT896

Location: 41.0188331604004, -121.664215087891

Cross paved road

PCT897

Location: 41.0216331481934, -121.675300598145

Cross Lake Britton Dam

PCT898

Location: 41.021598815918, -121.676582336426

Trail tread resumes going up hill from road

PCT899

Location: 41.0250511169434, -121.713714599609

Bridge over Rock Creek

PCT900

Location: 41.0226173400879, -121.714920043945

Possible camping here

PCT901

Location: 41.0410652160644, -121.747581481934

Cross dirt road

PCT902

Location: 41.0453987121582, -121.756736755371

Creeklet

PCT903

Location: 41.0598182678223, -121.785003662109

Cross Peavine Creek @ dirt crossroads

PCT904

Location: 41.1717147827148, -121.794296264648

Good dirt road that descends to pond

PCT905

Location: 41.170166015625, -121.818817138672

Cross dirt road @ Bartle Gap

PCT906

Location: 41.1744651794434, -121.822364807129

Cross dirt road

PCT907

Location: 41.1751823425293, -121.837036132812

Spring!

PCT908

Location: 41.1580657958984, -121.92064666748

Bear L @ Alder Creek trail junction

PCT909

Location: 41.1588821411133, -121.953147888184

Cross dirt road

PCT910

Location: 41.1411666870117, -121.974113464355

Spring

PCT911

Location: 41.1388511657715, -121.979614257812

Section ends @ Grizzly Peak Rd.

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Burney Falls

Location: 41.0134735107422, -121.649269104004

This 130-foot cascade is one of California's largest watefalls. ©Jack Haskel