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Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail Conditions
- Wilderness Area: Dinkey Lakes Wilderness
- Jurisdiction: High Sierra Ranger District, Sierra National Forest
- Wilderness Permits are required for overnight use.
- The Rules:
- Bear Cans are required.
- Groups Larger than 15 require a special permit to travel together & for overnight use.
- Pack out what you pack in.
- Do not camp within 100 feet of any water.
- Do not Camp with-in 100 feet of a designated USFS trail.
- California Campfire Permit required to use a Stove or have an open fire.
Please report any trail conditions that you find. Be specific, use pictures (we like pictures) and include GPS Coordinates of any Trail Hazards that you find. Thank you & Happy Trails.
- 26E09 Dogtooth Peak November 13, 2017 at 07:17
- Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail Conditions
John Muir Wilderness Trail Conditions
John Muir Wilderness Trail Conditions Forum is maintained and updated by Wilderness Corps Volunteers and USFS Wilderness Rangers, the same volunteers that keep the trails maintained in the John Muir Wilderness. Please include conditions for the JMT and PCT and TST.
- 29E02 Red Mountain Basin Trail November 13, 2017 at 09:41
- John Muir Wilderness Trail Conditions
Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail Conditions
Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail Conditions Forum is maintained and updated by Wilderness Corps Volunteers and USFS Wilderness Rangers, the same volunteers that keep the trails maintained in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Please include conditions for the JMT and PCT and TST.
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OHV Trail Conditions
Offroad Highway Vehicle Trail Conditions Report, maintained by USFS OHV Rangers and Wilderness Corps OHV Volunteers.
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- Winter Trail Conditions
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Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trail Conditions
Trail Conditions for Cross-Country Ski & Show Shoe Trails out of the Coyote Nordic Trailhead. The Coyote Nordic Trailhead is located about 11 miles north of Shaver Lake on Hwy 168. Vault Toilets and Trail information are available at the Trailhead. Trails out of this Trailhead off the novice and experienced skier a variety of terrain and scenic points for viewing Snowshoers are asked to walk to the side of the Nordic track. This area is closed to all motorized vehicles.
- RULES & Emergency Info December 4, 2017 at 08:14
Snow Mobile Trail Conditions
The High Sierra Ranger District of the Sierra National Forest offers a complex system of snow mobile trails, with 234 miles of designated snowmobile routes and 209 miles of these routes are groomed and maintained throughout the winter season by the SNF USFS OSV Staff, Contractors and an small army of volunteers. The Trails in this forum are maintained for snowmobile use, both ATV's and Nordic skiers are welcome. All Snowmobile Trails are marked with ORANGE Diamonds
- Huntington Lake Trail December 3, 2017 at 23:04
- Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trail Conditions
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