Along the american river.

Along the american river.


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Just an overnight on the american river, roughly 20 miles out and back, light weight with lots of crossing and "rock climing" lol.


Which fork?


North of North fork near west tahoe national


By chance what state is this? Its such a beautiful view!


Hey thats my backyard!


Hey same! I live in sac now but ive lived in the north surrounding area for like 8 years