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The trail is in close proximity to the creek bottom, through mixed chaparral and ripasrian habitat. The trail offers good fishing along the way.

The Tobias Trail starts half a mile up the same trailhead as Flynn Trail, forking off at the top of the hill, then descending a short way into Tobias Creek. Here the trail will follow Tobias Creek 1.5 to 2 miles. For the next 2-3 miles the trail climbs to the top of Speas Ridge. The trail is in close proximity to the creek bottom, through mixed chaparral and riparian habitat. The trail offers good fishing along the way. Like the Flynn Trail, during summer months, it's quite hot and dusty. Trail is considered moderate to strenuous in difficulty.

Directions: From Kernville, Travel 16 miles north on Mtn. 99 to the Fairview footbridge. The trail starts 1/2 mile up from the same trailhead as Flynn Trail.

Elevation: 3,600 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,800 feet

Distance: 4.6 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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Sequoia National Forest, California


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