Backpacking Trails Near Independence, CA
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Backpacking Trails Near Independence, CA

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3 - 61 mi
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Independence has 15 backpacking trails. These trails range from 3 to 61.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Onion Valley to Kearsarge Lakes, Onion Valley to Symmes Creek (Backpacking) and Charlotte Lake. Trails.com member Sarah N. recently completed John Muir Trail: Onion Valley to South Lake. See all Independence trails.
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This journey travels up the Onion Valley, passing several beautiful lakes, then climbs ...
This stretch of the John Muir Trail (JMT) between the Kearsarge Pass and Bishop Pass Trails ...
This excursion travels up the Onion Valley, passing several beautiful lakes, then climbs ...
This trail begins in the near-desert conditions of the Owens Valley and climbs to a deep ...
This is another of those grueling eastside approaches on unmaintained trail that will ...
Only a very small percentage of the backpacking population will find this trip enjoyable—loners ...
The Golden Trout Lakes provide a fine destination for either a pleasant dayhike or an ...
If you love treeline country, this is the trip for you! With most of its length near or ...
This route provides the least difficult east-west traverse across the High Sierra. However, ...
The Rae Lakes Basin is arguably one of the prettiest alpine basins in the Sierra Nevada. ...
Kearsarge Pass provides one of the least difficult eastern gateways across the Sierra ...
A short hike leading to splendid alpine scenery is generally a recipe for severe overuse. ...
The Shepherd Pass Trail is not for the weak or timid. But for those who don’t mind low-elevation ...
Explore a granite wonderland, cross two little-used passes, and score High Sierra solitude ...
Kearsarge Pass is one of the most popular backpacking entry points into the Sequoia/Kings ...
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