On 24 April 2022, my parents and I spent a day in Stanislaus National Forest in California. We drove on State Route 4. We hiked Arnold Rim Trail (Manuel Peak and Top of the World). We also went to Hells Kitchen Overlook and Lake Alpine. I hope you enjoy viewing my photos! Unfortunately I'm not able to embed the 2 videos I took at Manuel Peak on Arnold Rim Trail and Bee Gulch near Lake Alpine, but you can view them here (Google Photos link).
The first stop on our trip was Arnold Rim Trail. My dad mostly stayed in the car at this location because he's still recovering from an injury and using crutches. My mom and I were the only ones hiking this trail. Note that there were a ton of mosquitos on the trail, so bring mosquito repellant! My mom and I made the mistake of not bringing any and we ended up donating quite a bit of blood. I though it would still be cold enough there would be some snow on the ground. There was no snow and it was quite warm. We started our hike at the Fairway Drive/Cedar Center Gate and hiked towards Arnold Rim Alternative Trail.
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