Karen and Tom Worthington of Salinas hike near Pyramid Creek Loop and Horsetail Falls in 2015. Dirt roads and trails in the Eldorado National Forest that are subject to wet-weather seasonal closures reopened Saturday.
Karen and Tom Worthington of Salinas hike near Pyramid Creek Loop and Horsetail Falls in 2015. Dirt roads and trails in the Eldorado National Forest that are subject to wet-weather seasonal closures reopened Saturday. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Karen and Tom Worthington of Salinas hike near Pyramid Creek Loop and Horsetail Falls in 2015. Dirt roads and trails in the Eldorado National Forest that are subject to wet-weather seasonal closures reopened Saturday. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file

Dirt roads, trails reopen in Eldorado National Forest after seasonal closure

March 31, 2017 7:39 PM

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