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Views during the summer months might include glimpses of whitewater enthusiasts roaring through the rapids. The area abounds with mixed chaparral brush species, with occasional grey pine and oak trees.

The Whiskey Flat Trail starts at the north end of Burlando Road in Kernville, parallel the Kern River, and ending at the Fairview foot bridge. Along the trail are gradual elevation changes (still paralleling the river) with numerous short steep stretches in and out of side drainages to the Kern River. Views during the summer months might include glimpses of whitewater enthusiasts roaring through the rapids. The area abounds with mixed chaparral brush species, with occasional grey pine and oak trees. There are lots of good fishing spots along this trail. Short day hikes are recommended during summer starting from either trailhead. Trail provides little shade and is considered easy to moderate in difficulty.

Directions: From Kernville, The trail starts at the end of Burlando Road.

Elevation: 2,800 feet

Elevation Gain: 800 feet

Distance: 14.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

 
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