After more than five years of drought, Northern California experienced the wettest season on record this past winter.
The abundance of rain brought the "Super Bloom." Wildflowers can be found all over the region in valleys, canyons and deserts.
The "Super Bloom" is expected to last through the summer, depending on the area. Wildflowers will survive longer in higher elevations like the High Sierra. Most flowers are gone in desert areas in Central and Southern California.
Here are some areas where you can still find wildflowers:
- Hite Cove Trail
- Savage's Trading Post
- South Yuba River State Park
- Point Reyes National Seashore
- Russian Ridge Preserve
- Sagehen Creek Trail
- Carson Pass Trail
- Lassen Volcanic National Park
- Mill Creek Falls Trail