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Quail Trail

On well-groomed trails, you leave the neighborhoods of the resort behind and embark into the oak-studded hillsides. Hawks soar overhead. Wildflower meadows greet you in season. Gentle streams and lakes shimmer in the sun. The ever-present Sierra Mountain Range dominates the eastern horizon.

Our Quail Trail reconnects the residents with nature as it winds through many pristine undeveloped areas of the resort. The trail is appropriately named after the California Quail a small, plump bird with a short black beak. Both the male and the female have a curved black crown feather on their foreheads. The male's crown feather is larger than the female's. They are abundant in the foothills and like areas with lots of brush. There is a very good chance you will see them during your walk along the trail.

One loop is reserved for mountain biking only. The trail is connected to the improved walks within the neighborhoods and will change as the community grows.

When you visit us, ask for a Quail Trail Map at our Concierge desk and explore the natural wonders of Saddle Creek Resort.


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