Dried-up leaves cover the ground presided over by pines, manzanitas and oak trees late last month along the Assassin’s Trail in Applegate, a 7-mile round trip with an elevation gain of 1,100 feet.
Dried-up leaves cover the ground presided over by pines, manzanitas and oak trees late last month along the Assassin’s Trail in Applegate, a 7-mile round trip with an elevation gain of 1,100 feet. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Dried-up leaves cover the ground presided over by pines, manzanitas and oak trees late last month along the Assassin’s Trail in Applegate, a 7-mile round trip with an elevation gain of 1,100 feet. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Hiking the Assassin’s Trail near Applegate

January 07, 2015 4:00 PM

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