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The Arttus Ranch Vacation Home on the Trinity River

Links to Area Resources

The following links can serve as helpful resources.

       Trinity County Day Hikes
Trails into the Trinity Alps, the Yolla Bolla Wilderness and along the South Fork of the Trinity River offer day hikes with a variety of geography, wildlife and scenery. The Granite Creek and Stuarts Fork trails are two of the more popular trails into the Trinity Alps, offering scenic panoramas and within easy walking distance of the trailheads. The South Fork Trinity River National Recreation Trail follows the South Fork Trinity River for 21 miles, from Scott Flat Campground near Forest Glen to Wildwood Road, and for four miles from a trailhead near Hyampom to Forest Glen.
       Trinity County Business Directory
A list of the services offered by members of the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce
       Fishing in Trinity County
Trinity County has a variety of waters, from mountain streams to one of California's largest lakes, all offering a quality fishing experience for trout, bass, steelhead, salmon, catfish, bluegill and crappie.
       Trinity County Visitor Guide
Your informational resource for visiting Trinity County, California
       Steelhead anglers blessed to find the Trinity
On a brisk fall morning on the Trinity River, the flyfisher swished his rod back and forth three times and then sailed a cast four feet from the shore. His eyes were lasers.
       Weaverville Basin Trail System
The Weaverville Basin Trial System is a work-in-progress, designed ultimately to be a complete trail system that is enjoyed by both the local community and tourists interested in hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and sightseeing. The trail fosters an appreciation for natural surroundings, plants, wildlife, and historical features of the Trinity Alps. The Arttus Ranch has, in the past few years, had many guests who bike ride the trail both competitively and for fun.
       Turtle Bay Exploration Park: Sundial Bridge
The Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay crosses the Sacramento River in the heart of Redding. The bridge links the north and south sides of Turtle Bay Exploration Park and serves as a downtown entrance for Redding?s extensive Sacramento River Trail system. The Turtle Bay Museum contains permanent, interactive exhibits and two large special exhibition galleries. The McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens comprise 20 acres of mediterranean-climate display gardens, a children?s garden, a medicinal garden, and two beautiful and unique water features.
      Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area
The Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area is comprised of 246,087 acres divided into three units: Whiskeytown (42,500 acres), Shasta and Trinity (203,587 acres). Each of these areas encompasses a large manmade lake and its surrounding terrain. This National Recreation Area is a mecca for outdoor activities including camping, fishing, swimming, paddling, boating, backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking, off-roading and hunting. There is a Ranger Station in downtown Weaverville that is open for map purchase and information.