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TRAIL HEADS

Trails
Big Pine Canyon Bishop Creek Cottonwood Lakes
John Muir McGee Creek Canyon Meysan Lake
Mt. Whitney Mulkey Pass Onion Valley
Pacific Crest Pine Creek Canyon Rock Creek Canyon

Wilderness Area Descriptions

Ansel Adams Wilderness Golden Trout Wilderness John Muir Wilderness
South Sierra Wilderness White Mountains

Trailhead maps
There are some great guidebooks that are available at the Ranger Stations. We have some popular maps in our travel section.
Don't forget, you will need a Wilderness Permit in order to get on the trails during the busy season. There are great maps and books available at the Ranger Stations, so don't leave camp with out some. Some of the wilderness is inhabited by mountain lions, and bears...oh my. Please be conscious of nature. Leave no trace.


If you are unfamiliar with the territory, you may wish to consider a certified guide to ensure a safe trip. Commercial guiding on the National Forest is strictly regulated, and on some trails may not be allowed. The Mount Whitney Trail is an area of particular concern. For current information and more details about the availability of guides for the Whitney Trail or other trails, contact the Inyo National Forest.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Mt. Whitney Ranger Station
PO Box 8 Lone Pine, CA 93545
760-876-6200

June Lake
Nidever Mountain Guides
Po Box 446
June Lake, CA 93529
760-648-1122

Mammoth Lakes
Cosley Houston Guides
Certified Mountain Guide
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
760-872-3811

Sierra Mountain Center
Private Registered Guide Service
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
760-387-2858




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