Tag Archives: Horseshoe Meadow
Back in June a large group of young women headed out to the Golden Trout Wilderness and what looks like up to Cottonwood Lakes area. User Lindsey Raymond published a video last year summarizing the adventure in 2016. Looks like they … Continue reading
Enjoy a users journey through the Golden Trout Wilderness. The individual starts on the eastern most side in Horseshoe Meadow and comes out at the Forks of the Kern. The video is shaky at times, but viewers should get some … Continue reading
Come along on a journey with Wolfgang Vonberk through the eastern side of the Golden Trout Wilderness. Do you recognize landmarks along the way? Please feel free to share where you think the author of the video traveled.
Four hikers head into the Golden Trout Wilderness from Horseshoe Meadow on the Inyo National Forest side. As the author, Mark Henn, states in the comments, This is day one of what was supposed to be 6 days in the … Continue reading
Date(s): Mar 13, 2017 – May 31, 2017 Substantial rain and snow from the atmospheric river events that took place in January and February of 2017 caused significant damage on Horseshoe Meadows Road. In one particular area, weather induced erosion … Continue reading
Three individuals headed out on the Inyo National Forest side of the Golden Trout Wilderness. They had not been backpacking in years and here is what they had to report. My wife and I recently moved back to CA after … Continue reading
A group of ladies head out to the eastern side of the Golden Trout Wilderness via Horseshoe Meadows. They make their way up to Golden Trout Camp and beyond. Enjoy.
More roads have opened in preparation for Memorial Day weekend! The quick list of roads now open are listed below. Included is a brief idea of commonly visited areas associated with the roads opening. Mountain Home State Forest (Balch Park … Continue reading
For those on the western side of the Golden Trout Wilderness, prepare for some additional road openings! North Road (21S50) to Clicks Creek Trailhead #1 is now open. A down tree blocks access to the Summit Trailhead and remains closed … Continue reading