Tag Archives: YouTube
As 2017 comes to a close, it is a reminder of one backpacking season finished and another one coming soon. Here is a playlist of all the videos submitted via YouTube regarding places in the Golden Trout Wilderness. As you … Continue reading
In the beginning of the late spring/summer backpacking season, 4 adventurers head out into the Golden Trout Wilderness. Due to the large snow pack, a detour was needed to arrive at their destination. Their trip went from 10 to 40 … Continue reading
Take a 7 minute journey with user Beto Renteria on an overnight trip to Maggie Lakes. See lush green meadows, vista points, one of Maggie Lakes, and more. Here is what Beto noted about the video in case you were … Continue reading
Come along with Native Trout Addict as he fishes Volcano Creek within the Golden Trout Wilderness.
When you go fishing in the Golden Trout Wilderness, do you recall your first time catching a Little Kern Golden Trout? Well if it has been awhile or you haven’t done so yet, check out this video. Hear the excitement … 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.
Come along with Catherine Gregory on 3 day/2 night trip to the Little Kern River. She decided to celebrate her birthday outdoors and with her friend Julie, who happens to be doing her first backpacking trip. Thanks for sharing the … Continue reading
Enjoy a father and daughter’s trip into the Golden Trout Wilderness. They start in Monache Meadow and hike into Brown Meadow where an old cow camp resides. The video was originally taken in June of 2016, but wasn’t available until … Continue reading
Anthony, a fan on gtw’s facebook page, shared a video of an over night trip to Casa Vieja Meadow. There is also a great message at the end of the short film. Check it out!
Three individuals head out to explore the Kern River in the Golden Trout Wilderness. The video shows still images of their adventure into and out of the Kern River via the Forks of the Kern Trail. Enjoy.