Englebright Lake, nestled in the scenic Sierra foothills east of Marysville. It's a reservoir on the Yuba River, constructed for the storage of hydraulic gold mining debris. Englebright Dam is a concrete arch structure, located in the steep Yuba River gorge known as the Narrows. The lake is nine-miles long with a surface area of 815 acres. It's unique in that it offers boat-in camping only. (I bet you could camp here as a walk-in.) Didn't know most of this, thank Google for the info.
This stretch of the So Yuba River looked like it would be a zippy ride in a kayak! Not many boulders lining the river or visible in the water. It may not look like much in the photo, but there are a lot of CFS's ripping along toward the confluence and Englebright.
And here we are, approaching the covered bridge! What a wild and scenic river, roaring like a lion! We really enjoyed the couple of hours we spent on this trail. Our legs will feel it tomorrow! We'd rate the trail as moderate because it's rough-going and rocky by the river, and either all up or all down the entire way!