Bill Sullivan’s site—his books are widely used but this site has
numerous updates. Trails change, rules are adopted, signs disappear but
Bill tries to keep up on these between editions of his books.
A favorite site—especially for hikes to the north.
will get you going to
find all kinds of info including maps, driving instructions, trip
reports, lots of cross-references.
Another favorite. Lots of info besides maps. Trail descriptions, driving
instructions. Some entries are often skewed toward mountain bikers but
sometimes you might want to know how far it would be if you took the
road back instead of the trail. Also has general weather forecasts for
each area 7 days out. Driving directions can be down loaded to your
This site by a local woman offers maps for tracks she recorded when she
did a certain hike. (These can be downloaded as gpx files.) Trip
descriptions are enhanced by pictures. Each hike listed is a personal
travelogue. It’s the kind of resource that makes you want to check out
the hikes presented. She also has a YouTube channel where you can view
videos of some of the hikes.