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Reduce the number of passenger types and try again. Most of the trail traverses the Susan River Canyon with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and reminders of the railroad and logging days of the past. The remarkable autumn colors and scenery along the Bizz Johnson Trail earned it one of eight feature spots on the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy's "Fall Foliage on the Web" rail-trails guide. Recreation opportunities include: Hiking, Mountain biking, Horseback riding for those who own or bring their own , Fishing, Swimming, Cross-country skiing, Snowmobile riding west of Devils Corral only , Wildflower viewing, Wildlife viewing, Bird watching and Dog walking To protect natural resources and provide a safe recreation experience for all, certain regulations are in effect along the trail.

Please obey posted signs and share the trails Help prevent trail damage during wet or muddy conditions. Please stay off the trail when it is wet or muddy to avoid leaving deep bike ruts, deep footprints, and deep holes from horse hooves.

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For information on scheduling a shuttle for groups of more than 6 people and for reserving your space on the popular Fall Color Ride bus shuttle in late October call BLM at Walkers and bicyclists yield to horseback riders. When overtaking another trail user, let them know you are approaching so you do not startle them or their horses. Lodging is available in Susanville, Westwood and the surrounding area. For a list of area lodging, call the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce at Bicycling on the Bizz Johnson Trail is best enjoyed on wide-tire bicycles.

Multi-geared mountain bicycles are excellent for trail use, but single-speed wide-tire bicycles are also suitable. The trail surface consists of a relatively level railroad grade 3 percent maximum composed of aggregate material. The trail gradually climbs feet in the first 12 miles from Westwood to Westwood Junction, then drops 1, feet in the 18 miles between Westwood Junction and Susanville.

Wide-tire bicycles can easily travel the entire trail. Exercise caution when crossing planking on decked bridges and when traveling through unlighted tunnels.

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If you plan to hike the trail, you will find the mile segment along the Susan River from Westwood Junction to Susanville most scenic because of the variety afforded by the adjacent river and canyon and views of the surrounding mountains. A variety of day hikes are possible from the many trailheads. By arranging your own shuttle between trailheads, hikers can enjoy more of the trail without backtracking. Backpacking can also be enjoyed along the trail. Eleven bridges are passable on horseback, as are two tunnels, one feet long, the other feet.