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TUOLUMNE DITCH & FLUME: ONE OF THE BEST HIKES IN CALIFORNIA’S GOLD COUNTRY

Originally constructed in the 1850’s for hydraulic mining, the Main Tuolumne Ditch or Canal includes two miles of elevated wooden flumes and provides the drinking water to over 90% of Tuolumne County.

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ALTA SIERRA BIBLICAL GARDENS: THE SIERRA GARDEN OF EDEN

Finding gold, God, and the Sierra Garden of Eden in California’s Gold Country.  

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KENNEDY GOLD MINE

The Kennedy Mine in California’s Gold Country, is famous for being one of the deepest gold mines in the world (at 5912 feet) and demonstrates how gold changed an entire way of life in California.  

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GOLD COUNTRY NUGGETS

Traveling through the historic mining communities of the 1849 California gold rush along State Route 49, The Mother Lode Highway.  

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KNIGHT FOUNDRY

The historic Knight Foundry actively served the needs of the mining and lumber industries for over 120 years and is believed to be the only remaining water-powered foundry and machine shop in the United States.

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