Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 12, 2019

Carson Pass Wildflowers: Schneider Cow Camp Trail 7/11/19

California Wildflower Hikes reports

One of the lesser traveled trails in the Carson Pass area is the Schneider Cow Camp trail. An energetic climb starting at about 8300′ and climbing to 9100′ in just a mile and a half (roughly). But it is pretty much clear of snow and the wildflowers are starting to explode! We found almost 50 different species of wildflowers in bloom. Masses of mules ears and balsamroot higher up the trail.

Read more and see photos at  California Wildflower Hikes – Home


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