|Stay On Trail - Stallion Springs, California|
The Comanche Point Interpretive Trail is a one mile loop that's easy-to-moderate. Most of it I'd call easy, but some parts are more of a moderate hike, with short segments that are steep. I took my four-year-old with me, and he did just fine on most of it, but he needed a hand to hold during some segments.
|Boy at Comanche Point Vista - Stallion Springs, California|
At the trailhead are brochures that serve as a trail guide. There's a hand-drawn map of the trail, some of the trail rules, and also information about what one will find along the path. Wooden posts found along the trail have numbers on them that correspond to information in the brochure.
|Dry Flower Abstract - Stallion Springs, California|
There are several benches located throughout the trail, which provide bird watchers a nice place to see the show. There are over 30 species of birds that are common to the area, and the seasonal streams are a water source.
|Comanche Point Trail #2 - Stallion Springs, California|
All of these images were captured using a Sigma DP2 Merrill. Having a small, lightweight camera is great on adventures like this.
|Tire Wash - Stallion Springs, California|
Not sure how that got there, but it looks like it's been there for a while.
|Comanche Point Trail #1 - Stallion Springs, California|