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Mount Linn
KEYWORDS:   Mendocino National Forest, South Yolla-Bolly Mountain, Ides Cove Trailhead
ABOUT 
Mount Linn is the highest peak in California's Coastal Ranges at 8092'. It encompasses Long Lake Springs, Linn Meadow, Square Lake, Square Lake Spring and Talus Spring.

DIRECTIONS:   Take exit 631 off I-5 towards Paskenta, continue on Toomes Camp Rd approximately 18 miles to M-2 National Forest Rd, continue 4.8 miles take 25N19 to the Ides Cove Backpacker Trailhead.

TIPS FOR YOUR VISIT 
  • Chico Hiking Association has excellent trail maps to this location, with fabulous camp spots and water locations for this hike. The 6.2 mile hike with a 1800' elevation gain is considered a moderate day hike. http://www.chicohiking.org/HighCountry/Mount-Linn.htm
  • GEOLOGY:   Varied terrain of rocky ridges, meadows, clear creeklets, and small lakes.

    MORE INFORMATION AND CONTACTS 
    Chico Hiking Association: Chico Hiking Association Mount Linn Trail Maps
    We cover the 50 best hikes within 2:10 of Chico, California.
    CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Mount Lassen

    AREA OF THE POLYGON::   240 acres
    DENSITY::   0.483 native species per acre
    Thanks to  Chico Hiking Association  for contributing this great place.