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Start of Trinity Heritage Scenic Byway
Trinity Heritage Scenic Byway starts off United States Highway #101, near the town of Arcata, California and McKinleyville, California. Arcata is a small city adjacent to the Arcata Bay in Humboldt County, California. This college town is home to Humboldt State University.
1.0
1.6
52 ft.
State Highway #200
Ends west at US Highway 101.
2.1
3.4
62 ft.
Essex Lane
Timmons Road, off Essex Lane, goes to the community of Fieldbrook, California, a small town located in Humboldt County, California situated mainly within the dense Redwood forest (Azalea State Park).
3.2
5.2
62 ft.
Glendale, CA
Community of Glendale, CA. Limited services.
4.7
7.5
115 ft.
Blue Lake, CA
Community of Blue Lake, California. Main Attractions: Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre, Dell'Arte Youth Academy and Dell'Arte's Mad River Festival that takes place in June and July.
6.3
10.2
584 ft.
Blue Lake Boulevard
South-west to the community of Blue Lake, CA.
10.3
16.5
509 ft.
Korbel Drive
South to the community of Korbel, CA. Limited services.
13.1
21.1
1417 ft.
A Trail
Leads far into the dense forest.
16.3
26.3
2270 ft.
Access
Access to Snow Camp Road to the south adn Old Dolly Varden Road to the north.
17.3
27.9
1959 ft.
Bair Road

19.0
30.5
1483 ft.
Chezum Road
Chezum Road, Chezum Trail
23.9
38.5
1995 ft.
A Long Trail

26.0
41.8
2457 ft.
Old 3 Creeks Road

27.3
44.0
2789 ft.
Titlow Hill Road

28.7
46.2
2464 ft.
Cedar Creek Road
This is a short, narrow road briefly running into the woods and joining the California Highway #299.
31.4
50.5
1555 ft.
Access
Access Road to dense Six Rivers National Forest
34.4
55.3
1148 ft.
Downing Road

37.0
59.5
617 ft.
State Highway #96
This highway runs along the Trinity River. Brannan Mountain Road.
37.0
59.6
614 ft.
Country Club Drive, River Road
To Willow Creek Golf and Country Club, a 9-hole golf course, designed for family entertainment. Located in the coastal mountains of Northern California.
37.2
59.8
630 ft.
Wllow Creek, California
A small mountain town, which sits along the Trinity River. It is the Bigfoot capital of the world. An annual festival is held here in honor of the creature. Willow Creek, California offers some of the best camping locations and outdoor activities in the heart of dense Six Rivers National Forest.
41.0
65.9
584 ft.
Friday Ridge Road
Leads to Willow Creek in the Six Rivers National Forest, California, Country Route 8L100.
41.1
66.2
564 ft.
A Bridge
Crossing the Trinity River.
41.3
66.5
587 ft.
South Fork Road

42.3
68.0
607 ft.
Salyer, California
Community of Salyer California, located on State Highway #299. Road to Campbell Ridge Road, Fountain Ranch, Saylor Loop.
44.4
71.4
505 ft.
A Bridge over the Trinity River
Here the Trinity Heritage Scenic Byway crosses to the other side of the Trinity River briefly.
45.4
73.1
892 ft.
Suzy Q. Road

46.4
74.6
768 ft.
Trinity Village, California
Trinity Village, California located in Trinity County on Trinity River along the State Highway #299.
46.5
74.8
774 ft.
Denny Road, Hawkins Bar
Denny Road to Hawkins Bar, California
48.1
77.4
873 ft.
Grays Flat Road

48.7
78.3
1030 ft.
Berg Road

50.2
80.8
1404 ft.
Forest Route 6N12 Access

50.8
81.7
1457 ft.
Veterans Hall Road

51.5
82.9
1398 ft.
Hennessey Road

52.6
84.6
1519 ft.
Burnt Ranch, California
A small community. Limited services.
54.8
88.2
1001 ft.
Friedrich Road

55.1
88.7
958 ft.
Bridge
A bridge over Trinity River
60.5
97.4
1142 ft.
Swede Creek Road
A muddy trail that leads to a creek.
60.8
97.9
1125 ft.
Forest Route #4

62.8
101.0
1178 ft.
Trinity River Path
This path leads to the Trinity River along a small hamlet, the community of Deloma, California.
63.1
101.6
1171 ft.
Carrie-Hyden Road
A muddy narrow path running along the Trinity River.
64.3
103.5
1129 ft.
Big French Creek Road

66.8
107.5
1188 ft.
Prairie Creek Road

69.6
112.0
1253 ft.
Big Bar, California
Community of Big Bar, California is one of the early settlements in Trinity County; lies along the scenic Highway, on the banks of the Trinity River.
72.5
116.6
1286 ft.
Wheel Gulch Road

77.9
125.4
1404 ft.
E Fork Road
North to the community of Helena, CA. - Helena Historic District.
79.5
127.9
1430 ft.
Campground
A campground off State Highway #299.
82.4
132.6
1430 ft.
Power House road

84.4
135.8
1457 ft.
Junction City, California
Junction City, California, is located on Highway #299 along the Trinity River in Trinity County. Town of Weaverville, California is 8 Miles from Junction City. In 2006, a wild forest fire threatened the whole community of Junction City.
84.6
136.2
1483 ft.
Dutch Creek Road

85.0
136.8
1493 ft.
Sky Ranch Road

86.6
139.3
1745 ft.
Slattery Pond Road, Slattery gulch Road
North to Slattery Pond, a natural pond by the Highway #299.
88.5
142.4
2513 ft.
La Grange Road

89.5
144.0
2871 ft.
Jenings Road/Glennison Gap Road

92.6
149.0
2041 ft.
Weaverville, California
A historic gold rush town founded in 1850, situated at the foot of the Trinity Alps wilderness. Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park, which was originally a Chinese 'Taoist' place of worship in the Gold Rush era, is located in this town.
93.9
151.1
1936 ft.
Trinity Alps Golf and Country Club
This is a semi-private, 9-hole golf club. Its fairways are neatly tree lined.
95.5
153.7
1808 ft.
Little Browns Creek Road

97.5
156.9
1699 ft.
Union Hill Road

97.9
157.5
1693 ft.
Tucker Hill Road

98.9
159.1
1640 ft.
Douglas City, California
Community of Douglas City, California. Limited services.
99.1
159.5
1624 ft.
Diversion of State Highway #3
State Highway #3 diverts from Highway #299 and runs along the River
100.5
161.8
1657 ft.
Wilson Mountain Road

101.9
164.0
1798 ft.
Steel Bridge Road

102.0
164.2
1811 ft.
Vitzthum Gulch Road

103.0
165.8
2149 ft.
Top of the Grade Road

103.2
166.1
2211 ft.
Poker Bar Road

104.4
168.0
2218 ft.
Lewiston Road
North-east to the community of Lewiston, California.
108.4
174.4
2392 ft.
Trinity Dam Boulevard
Leads to the community of Lewiston, California.
109.0
175.4
2480 ft.
Buckhorn Station Loop

112.6
181.2
3081 ft.
Shingle Shanty

113.5
182.7
3140 ft.
Hoadley Peaks Road
Joins Lewiston Turnpike Road to the north.
120.2
193.4
1480 ft.
Lewiston Turnpike Road
North-west to the the community of Lewiston, CA. Limited services.
120.8
194.4
1407 ft.
Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area
Located 8 miles west of Redding, California. At the intersection of the Klamath Mountain range and the northern edge of Sacramento Valley lies Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta Bally and many waterfalls. Opportunities for hiking, outdoor activities, horseback riding, water recreation, and mountain biking are abundant here. Recreation on the lake is popular and exciting in the summer. Whiskeytown Lake has 36 miles of shoreline and 3,200 surface acres for recreation. The lake's placid surface is excellent for fishing, scuba diving, rowing, swimming, and kayaking. Other popular water activities are sailing, water skiing.
121.1
194.9
1332 ft.
Crystal Creek Road
South to Crystal Creek Falls.
121.7
195.8
1299 ft.
Trinity Mountain Road
To the north, connects with Main Street in the community of French Gulch, CA. Limited services.
121.9
196.2
1270 ft.
Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area
8 miles west of Redding, California. Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is situated at the junction of the Klamath Mountain range and the northern edge of the Sacramento Valley. Within the area are Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta Bally, and several waterfalls. There are many opportunities for water recreation, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities. Recreation on the lake is popular and exciting during the summer months. Whiskeytown Lake provides 36 miles of shoreline and 3,200 surface acres for recreation. Whiskeytown Lake's placid surface makes it an excellent place for rowing, kayaking, scuba diving, swimmng, and fishing. Boating, sailing, and water skiing are also popular.
122.8
197.6
1329 ft.
South Shore Drive
To Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area.
124.4
200.2
1263 ft.
Grizzly Gulch Road/Whiskeytown-Shasta Trinity Road
Intersection of Grizzly Gulch Road & Whiskeytown-Shasta Trinity Road. Access to Whiskeytown Lake and the lake's parking area. Water recreation spot, boating, skiing area on the Whiskeytown Lake.
126.9
204.2
1227 ft.
Whiskeytown, California
Whiskeytown, California is an old town but now it is part of the nearby town 'French Gulch, California'. It once fully flooded in 1950 to make way for the 'now' Whiskeytown Lake.
127.4
205.0
1227 ft.
Bridge
Crosses Whiskeytown Lake.
129.5
208.4
1414 ft.
Kennedy Memorial Road
This road runs along the shores of Whiskeytown Lake and connects with South Shore Drive, Paige Bar Road.
129.6
208.6
1391 ft.
South Fork Lookout Road
Joins Iron Mountain Road to the north where Iron Mountain Mine or the Richmond Mine at Iron Mountain is located, which is a massive sulfide ore deposit. This site was mined for iron, silver, zinc, and gold till 1963. And, now, it is one of America's most toxic waste sites. KESR, an FM Radio station serving the city of Redding, California.
130.2
209.5
1194 ft.
Pinecrest Drive

130.7
210.4
1037 ft.
Rock Creek Road
Northeast to the Community of Keswick, California.
131.5
211.6
1037 ft.
Shasta, California
Community of Shasta, California was once a commercially thriving town in the 1850's. After the laying of railroad to Redding, California that bypassed this bustling town in 1880's, This town wore a deserted look and declined in growth. Attraction: Shasta State Historic Park ((Tel. 530-243-8194). Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:00 am-5:00 pm.
133.3
214.5
771 ft.
Iron Mountain Road
Community of Keswick, California, Keswick Dam, Spring Creek Reservoir.
134.2
215.9
725 ft.
Lower Springs Road

135.2
217.5
676 ft.
Ridge Drive
South to Mary Lake.
135.3
217.7
663 ft.
Buenaventura Boulevard
Southeast to Benton Field Airport (Benton Airpark), a small public airport in the City of Redding, California. Terminates at an intersection with CA State Highway 273.
137.1
220.7
568 ft.
End of Trinity Heritage Scenic Byway
City of Redding, California, on the Sacramento River, is one of the largest cities in the Sacramento Valley, California. It features a large, beautiful bridge, named Sundial Bridge at Turtle bay, across the Sacramento River. This is where the Trinity Heritage Scenic Byway ends.