Fresno has 14 backpacking trails. These trails range from 13 to 41.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Copper Creek Trail, Roaring River and Seville Lake. Trails.com member Kenneth T. recently completed Upper Bubbs Creek.
Deer Cove Trail to Grizzly LakesView Trail Details
This steep trek is definitely a challenge, but it leads to a beautiful destination.
Junction MeadowView Trail Details
This journey takes you up the Bubbs Creek Canyon, past The Sphinx, and on to verdant and expansive Junction Meadow.
Begin by following the trail ...
Copper Creek TrailView Trail Details
This rigorous excursion leads to a high lake basin near the lofty crest of the Monarch Divide.
Ranger and Beville LakesView Trail Details
This excursion takes you through the Jennie Lakes Wilderness and into Kings Canyon National Park to a couple of breathtaking alpine lakes at ...
Lost LakeView Trail Details
This trek takes you through the Jennie Lakes Wilderness and Kings Canyon National Park to a high, forested lake at the base of Twin Peaks.
Seville LakeView Trail Details
This trip takes you through the Jennie Lakes Wilderness and into Kings Canyon National Park, to a beautiful lake at the base of the Silliman ...
Roaring RiverView Trail Details
This journey takes you past the spire of Sugarloaf, to the deafening Roaring River at the foot of Cloud and Deadman Canyons.
Upper Bubbs CreekView Trail Details
Visit timberline along Bubbs Creek, with views of Forester Pass and the Kings-Kern Divide to the south, and of Mount Gardiner and the King Spur ...
Vidette MeadowView Trail Details
This trip takes you to a meadow nestled beneath the Kearsarge Pinnacles, University Peak, and East Vidette.
Begin by following the trail from ...
Lewis Creek TrailView Trail Details
This challenging route leads to a picturesque meadow and views of northern Kings Canyon National Park from a high pass on the Monarch Divide ...
Rae Lakes LoopView Trail Details
Many consider the Rae Lakes Loop the quintessential High Sierra backpacking trip, and the stiff
competition for wilderness permits would certainly ...
Florence Lake to Evolution ValleyView Trail Details
Approaching by way of the rugged canyon of the San Joaquin River and surrounded by a host of jagged summits, this trail delves into the secluded ...
Sawtooth PeakView Trail Details
The Great Western Divide towers more than 4000 feet above the small hamlet of Mineral King in southern Sequoia National Park. The trail climbs ...
Rae Lakes Loop (Backpacking)View Trail Details
Without a doubt, the Rae Lakes Loop is one of the most popular backcountry trips in Sequoia and Kings Canyon. For those who don’t mind the company, ...