Sacramento Hiking

Thank you for perusing my Hiking in Sacramento website. Here you will find some great information regarding resources and hiking trails in the Sacramento area. I'm continuing to work on the completing the site, but while I'm doing that, please visit some of these informative websites:

Every Trail Sacramento

Local Hikes Sacramento

Yelp! Hiking Trails Sacramento

AllTrails Sacramento

Trails Sacramento

Localwiki Hiking Sacramento

Meetup Sac Hiking Group

Sac Magazine Hiking Article

California Department of Parks Sacramento

TripAdvisor Day Hikes Sacramento

Sacramento is the capital of California and the seat of Sacramento County. Two great rivers, the Sacramento and the American, come together here.

The city of Sacramento was established by John Sutter in 1839. Sutter was an immigrant from Switzerland. He established Fort Sutter as a place to trade goods. Once gold was discovered on Sutter's property in 1848, the city rapidly grew, and it became a natural source of goods for prospectors coming from the East.

Sacramento was incorporated as a city in 1849 and was made the capital in 1854. Interestingly, it was also the western terminus for the Pony Express in 1860.

The city of Sacramento is a wonderful place and has a plethora of hiking opportunities. Along with all of the parks here, there are several rivers, bike paths, sanctuaries, and other very interesting places to wander. Also, if you're willing to look outside of the city of Sacramento, you'll discover places in Auburn, Folsom, Roseville, and elsewhere. Investigate a look at the resources listed above, and you'll find some great adventures!

Sacramento has had a great history being a hub of river transportation. It is a major deep-water port with a connection to the Pacific Ocean. Sacramento's economy is greatly diversified and, along with state government and military installations, its industries include aerospace, high technology, checmicals, furniture, pharmaceuticals, meat packing, and the processing of crops from the Central Valley.

California State University, Sacramento, also known as Sacramento State, is the largest university in the area. McGeorge School of Law and Drexel are two other institutions of learning in the city. Also of import is the UC Davis Medical Center, a world-renowned research hospital.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Sacramento covers an area of 100.1 square miles (259 km2), 97.81% of it land, and 2.19% of it water.

Depth to groundwater is typically about 30 feet (9 m). Much of the land to the west of the city (in Yolo County) is permanently reserved for a vast flood control basin (the Yolo Bypass), due to the city's historical vulnerability to floods. As a result, the greater metropolitan area sprawls only four miles (6 km) west of downtown (as West Sacramento, California) but 30 miles (48 km) northeast and east, into the Sierra Nevada foothills, and 10 miles (16 km) to the south into valley farmland.

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