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Human-released carbon > climate warms > forests severely burn > hikes are lost:
Feather Falls (severely burned) "closed for years"
Posey Lake  (severely burned)  RIP, good in 50 years
Green Island Lake (severely burned)  RIP, good in 50 years OPEN
Frog Mountain (severely burned) RIP, good in 50 years  OPEN
Saucer Lake (severely burned) RIP, good in 50 years  OPEN
Blue Lake (severely burned)  RIP, good in 50 years
Twin Meadows  (severely burned)  shuttle drive too long (carbon)
 
Kings Creek (much burned)  needs scouting
Grassy Creek much burned  needs scouting
Chambers Creek Bridge (much burned)  OPEN
Grassy Swale (much burned)  needs scouting
Mount Harkness (much burned)  needs scouting
Sifford Lakes (much burned)  needs scouting
Conard Meadows(much burned) 2 of 3 bridges burned
Black Lake(all burned)
Devils Kitchen (partly burned)  may still be a good hike
Rainbow Lake(partly burned)  may still be a good hike
Willow Lake (partly burned)  may still be a good hike
Other Reasons
Humboldt to Cold Sprs  (much burned)  shuttle too complex  OPEN
Hat Creek Headwaters  drive too long for dayhike, carbon
Magee Peak  drive too long for dayhike, carbon emissions  OPEN
Thomas Gorge  part of trail obliterated by firebreak repair bulldozer  OPEN
Kanaka Peak  hike burned
Arkright Springs  too much driving (carbon emissions)
Castle Dome  too much traffic noise from I-5
Grass Valley Bald Mtn drive too long for length of hike
Dome Trail  in dangerous disrepair, then burned in North Compex