Hidden Falls

No, nobody fell off.

There were water falls, not someone hiding getting bucked off.

dressage horses at hidden falls
We came down the smaller, tighter path, furthest away.

Have no idea how this could be my first trip to Hidden Falls in Auburn.  Well, right.  Because Dressaaghe.

crossing bridges with horses
Both young horses crossed this bridge high up above the water like superstars.
trail rides with young horses
Then onto Blue Oak Loop to the left.

Wonderful area, with plenty of hikers and bikers even on a weekday morning.  Thrilled I got the opportunity to come here with Valiosa!staying safe on trail with horses These pictures, all borrowed – we took no time to take any of our own.  And 5 year olds don’t want to wait around.

riding steep trails with horses

After the winter rains set in, it greens up like this.  Going back, on horse or not!winter grass at Hidden falls

6 thoughts on “Hidden Falls

    1. She did, and we were happy to find that the hills were kinder on this trail ride, with a few more flat stretches. If we went more often we could go further, but because she never really gets conditioned to the ups and downs so these aren’t really any “long distance” rides 😉
      I want to bring my boys back on mountain bikes and explore more!!!

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