It’s getting colder in California and that means two things. We’re all making hot coffee runs and looking for the best places to see fall colors. We’ve scoped out the best hikes in California to add to your fall bucket list.\nText your BFFs and grab your doggo. These hikes are definitely ones for the books.\nPrairie Creek Redwoods State Park\nPrice: $8 state park entrance fee. It is $35 if you want to go camping.\nLocation: Newton B. Drury Scenic Pkwy, Orick, CA 95555\nWhy You Need To Go: It’s one of the best parks in the Redwoods. You’ll be surrounded by lush forests along with the world’s most extensive old-growth trail system. Sometimes you can even spot elk.\nView this post on Instagram Another #rainy day in the #Northcoastredwoods has us thinking back to the rare #sunny #winter day we experienced last week in #PrairieCreekRedwoodsStatePark. There was not a soul with us on the west ridge trail, and the profound silence resonated through the redwoods. Have you hiked in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park? The Park offers a myriad of unique sites, including ancient #redwoods, streams, #ocean #beaches with towering cliffs, and large prairies surrounded by towering #trees. 🌲🌡🌫🌲 #northcoastredwoods #nature #hike #explore #FindYourPark #castateparks #Humboldt #coastredwoods #northcoast #theradwoodcoast #cold #outside #getoutdoors A post shared by California State Parks NCRD (@north_coast_redwoods) on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:49pm PST\nWebsite\nBishop Creek Canyon\nPrice: Free\nLocation: Bishop, California\nWhy You Need To Go: During fall, the canyon turns into a beautiful world of color with blazing red and gold leaves.\nView this post on Instagram Bishop Creek 10,000 feet ! See more golden ratio harmonies @goldennumberratio !! #landscape #bishopcreekcanyon #visitbishop #bishopcalifornia #californiafallcolors #californiaautumn #departmentoftheinterior #nationalpark #visitcalifornia #northlakebishop #waycoolshots #aspenssierra #sonyalpha #sonya7riiI #natgeophotos #sky_sultans #easternsierras #mastershots #chasingemotions #artofvisuals #landscapephotography #sunset #highsierras #earthpics #dreamworldimages #highsierra #bishopcreek #fineartphotography A post shared by Elliot McGucken 45EPIC (@elliotmcgucken) on Oct 9, 2019 at 10:16am PDT\nWebsite\nIron Mountain Trailhead\nPrice: Free\nLocation: Iron Mountain Trail, Poway, CA\nWhy You Need To Go: On a clear day, this dog-friendly trail leads you to incredible views of the mountains and all of San Diego County below you.\nView this post on Instagram And just like that, the holiday weekend is over! Hope everyone had a great time and spent some time outdoors. It was gorgeous out ☀️ #ironmountain #hiking #abovetheclouds #sunnysd #sosandiego A post shared by Kristina Audencial (@audencialk) on Jul 8, 2019 at 7:51am PDT\nWebsite\nAvenue of the Giants\nPrice: $8 state park entry fee per vehicle\nLocation: Humboldt Redwoods State Park\nWhy You Need To Go: You can explore one of the most beautiful areas of Humboldt Redwoods State Park and walk under the branches of 240-foot-tall trees. You’re going to want to bring your camera for this one.\nView this post on Instagram runnin from the sunday scaries A post shared by Zoe Berman (@zowhee) on Oct 21, 2018 at 11:32am PDT\nWebsite\nD.L. Bliss State Park, Rubicon Trail\nPrice: $10 per vehicle entry fee during the summer to access the park\nLocation: 9881 CA-89, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150\nWhy You Need To Go: You get to hike along the shores of Lake Tahoe and see the beautiful turquoise water. There are beautiful views the whole way on this 7-mile roundtrip hike.\nView this post on Instagram On the DL I’m in BLISS 🌊 . . . . . . . #mountains #laketahoe #hike A post shared by Cass_D17 (@cass_d17) on Jul 27, 2019 at 8:29pm PDT\nWebsite\nKings Creek Falls Trail\nPrice: $30 vehicle fee\nLocation: Lassen Volcanic National Park\nWhy You Need To Go: This 1.5-mile trail takes you through a scenic meadow and a trickling creek to see a plummeting 40-foot-tall waterfall.\nView this post on Instagram 🌲🌲🌲 Me: let’s do two big hikes in one day because we don’t have much time here and I want to see ALL the things⠀ ⠀ 🌲🌲🌲 Also me: eats so much pickled popcorn that my stomach gets upset because self control is hard⠀ ⠀ Who else is living their best life one contradiction at a time? 🙈 🌲 Atsugewi land A post shared by ↠ norcal adventure couple (@lostamongtrees) on Oct 9, 2019 at 7:53am PDT\nWebsite\nSwitzer Falls Trail\nPrice: Small parking fee\nLocation: 701 Angeles Crest Hwy, Tujunga, CA 91042\nWhy You Need To Go: It’s one of the most popular trails in LA for a reason. You’ll follow a wooded canyon trail to reach a 50-foot waterfall.\nView this post on Instagram Difficult roads often lead to beautiful places... . Photo taken after a 5hr hike in the Angeles National Forest, jumping over steams in the valleys and dodging the edges on the mountain tops. What a treat to find a flowing waterfall in LA! .# #hike #hiker #womenwhohike #womenhikers #hiking #hikingadventures #hikingtrail #waterfall #waterfalls #hikecalifornia #hikela #lahikes #angelesnationalforest #switzerfalls #lovecali #californiaadventure #californiahiking #trek #treking #trekamerica A post shared by LouiseHoughton (@louisehoughton_) on Aug 2, 2018 at 3:48pm PDT\nWebsite\nEditor's note: Many California waterfalls are seasonal. Check weather conditions before you go on the trails to make sure the falls are still flowing and trail conditions are safe.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.