Tag Archives: trails
Update from 3 hours ago. Fire Growth and Behavior The Soda is 587 acres. The fire’s growth has been to the west north and east. The fire is still north of Clicks Creek and the North Fork of Clicks … Continue reading
Users can now download the complete trail system for the Golden Trout Wilderness to use on Google Earth. There are three options to choose from; Sequoia, Inyo, or All. The best part is it is FREE and is an exclusive … Continue reading
Backcountry Horsemen and Forest Service cross cut several downed trees within the Golden Trout Wilderness this past week. The trails cleared include: Clicks Creek (32E11), Fish Creek Trail from Grey Meadow to Fish Creek (32E12), Burnt Corral Meadow Trail … Continue reading
As of this posting the snow pack for the Sierra Nevada mountains is at 51% of normal (CDEC). What does that mean for the wilderness? It is hard to say really. If California continues to have normal average weather allowing … Continue reading
After every fall to spring season, there are going to be trees down on the trail. Some may have fallen due to beetle kill, past fires, or wind-blown. Whatever the case may be, please let us know when you are out on … Continue reading
The Golden Trout Wilderness is now available to view on Google Earth! This is an exclusive file offered free to all users of the website. Currently the wilderness boundary is complete as well as the Sequoia National Forest trail system. … Continue reading
Added a new section under Preparation called “Maps.” Now one can download USGS quad maps, Google Earth files, and buy maps to plan a trip!