Quite an interesting day. As I drove home last week I noticed a sign for Grizzly Flat off of Angeles Crest Highway. I found the trail in one of my guidebooks and made my plan to hike to Grizzly Flat and then beyond, a seven mile round trip. But my plan was doomed from the first step because the trailhead described in the book was actually located down the road a bit from where I started. My fault, no doubt, but maybe you can forgive my confusion as the location from where I started had a sign marked “GRIZZLY FLAT TRHD” and the trail I took was labeled Grizzly Flat Road on my GPS. One can get to Grizzly Flat from where I began, although it will add a couple miles total to the hike. When I got to a three way junction a couple of miles in I again took the wrong trail because I was on the wrong trail in the first place. I hope you’re now not as confused as I was on this day. Beyond all that, I still had a great time. The trail I took was interesting and had great views, and it’s one I never would have taken it because it doesn’t have a “trail name” and isn’t listed in any guidebook. I actually feel pretty lucky to have made my mistake. I’ll be back for Grizzly Flat another day soon.