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Today I completed my second hike in Henry Coe State Park, a 10-mile loop to China Hole and back. My comrade Tom Krcha came along with me and we arrived at park HQ at around 10:30.
China Hole is one the most popular hikes at Henry Coe as its length and difficulty makes it rewarding for both beginners and more experienced hikers. We followed the route from this guide on TripAdvisor, taking the Madrone Soda Springs Trail on the way out.
The hike has a total elevation gain of 2204 ft, with the toughest section being right after the turn-around point on China Hole Trail.
There were quite a few other people out due to the weekend and excellent weather. The park is so huge however that it never really feels crowded. So far I’ve only just scratched the surface of what this park has to offer.
The next hike I want to tackle at Coe is a monster 25-mile hike to Mississippi Lake and back with 6000 feet of total elevation gain. Will probably get a couple more weeks of training in before attempting this though.
Here is the RunKeeper info for today’s hike:
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