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próximo a Sebastopol, California (United States)
No facilities or fees and dog, horses and bikes are allowed. The streams were dried up this fall in a drought year but there was a bridge or planks anywhere you'd need them. The sign for the Yuba Rim Trail is not visible from the parking area; look for the large BYLT sign near the entrance and an easy to follow trail. Check out the distant river view from the slightly off trail overlook to the left just after you pass through the line of rocks after leaving the parking lot. Good tree coverage along a dirt trail surface mixed with sections of dirt road. Distant views across the wide canyon and a jumble of moss covered boulders at the trail's end.
The web site http://www.bylt.org/trail/yuba-rim-trail/ as of 10/17/2015 cautions you about a not yet built bridge and poison oak, but both of those issues have been fixed. There are black berries with designs on taking over the trail in a few spots but they are not a problem yet and won't be if a few hikers bring clippers.
BYLT promises to extend this trail in the future.