We jumped on the trail near the amphitheater. We walked southwest, which was along the river for a little while - passed a few horses and some sort of fruit bearing trees. Eventually, we were on the path, surrounded by foliage - to be frank, despite this being named after the river, we didn't see much of said river. Eventually, you come to a gate which starts the "ascent" part of the trail to panoramic views, but the group had enough hiking by then, so we called it quits and headed back. Hard to give a final rating to the trail without doing the views - if you're looking for something flat and quiet, this stretch will fit the bill.
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