Litton Trail

  • Partially Accessible Parking
  • Hiking
  • Bicycling

Features

  • Partially Accessible Parking
  • Hiking
  • Bicycling

Information

Website:
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Address:
Hughes Rd, Grass Valley, CA
Region:
Gold Country
Phone:
Info: 530-272-5994
Hours:
Open 24 hrs.
Dogs:
On leash
Last Visited:
April 2022
This content has been provided by a community ambassador that uses a motorized wheelchair.

Trails and Pathways

Trail:
Litton Trail
Trailhead Location:
Hughes Rd., Sierra College Dr.
Trail Length:
2-4 total miles
Typical Width:
4 ft. & above
Typical Grade:
Mostly gentle
Typical Terrain:
Moderately Firm
Trail Overview: This well-established trail meanders through an informal urban greenbelt in Grass Valley. The greenbelt is a blend of small forested sections, a country club, irrigation canal, community college, high school, and a retirement community. This trail connects local residents to businesses, places of work and education. Additionally, multiple social trails intersect and connect to the Litton Trail.
More Info: The west side of the trail (.6 miles) is fully paved. The longer side is a mix of hard packed dirt and medium sized gravel. I handled it in a power chair but it would be tough in a manual chair. There was one root that blocked a portion of the trail but I found it manageable.

Accessibility Features

The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
Accessible Parking:
Limited designated accessible parking, firm, level or slope no greater than 2%;

Parking is mostly on-street. There are several medical offices near by as well as a grocery store with parking, however no trail specific designated parking.


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