Hiking Trails Near Lone Pine, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Lone Pine, CA

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Lone Pine has 33 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 175.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Horseshoe Meadow to Whitney Portal (Backpacking), Onion Valley to Mount Whitney Trail and Meysan Lake Trail. Trails.com member Teresa M. recently completed Lone Pine Lake Trail. See all Lone Pine trails.
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An out-and-back weekend backpack or a vigorous day hike to a true High Sierra glacial ...
No time for the High Sierra Trail? No problem! This trip combines the splendid scenery ...
The final section of the John Muir Trail is not for the weak of heart, literally or figuratively. ...
What a difference a mile makes! Each summer day hundreds trudge up the Mt. Whitney Trail ...
A steep, out-and-back hike on an old mining troad in the Funeral Mountains to the historic ...
A loop backpack through high open country with great views.
The hike to Lone Pine Lake, set in a natural cathedral of granite spires and peaks, is ...
A perfect weekend backpack or a convenient base camp at the hub of several routes to more ...
Alabama Hills is a jumbled expanse of huge, rounded, honey-brown granite boulders with ...
This family-friendly hike follows the Kern River from Kennedy Meadows Campground to the ...
The Pacific Crest Trail from the Mt. Whitney Trail junction to Tuolumne Meadows passes ...
Near the end of this section PCT hikers reach the celebrated High Sierra, with its 14,491-foot ...
Much of this section of the John Muir Trail mirrors the venerable Rae Lakes Loop, one ...
The gently graded trails into this area provide a reasonably easy trip to a handful of ...
An out-and-back day hike to the northern border of the wilderness. Golden Trout Camp, ...
A loop hike with optional variations to 11,510-foot Kern Peak for views of the Southern ...
A one-way hike to a major intersection near the center of the wilderness and to one of ...
A loop backpack with two passes, vast meadows, great fishing, and some local cowboy history. ...
An angler’s favorite out-and-back trek.
A day-hike loop that includes a short section of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT).
An out-and-back hike into the Old West. The Mulkey Pass Trail is a short route to the ...
The long drive up the eastern escarpment of the southern Sierra via the paved Horseshoe ...
Inyo Mountains Wilderness is sandwiched between Death Valley National Park, which lies ...
The walk out along Salt Creek is a startling change from the usual Death Valley desert ...
The Panamint Dunes are clearly visible to the northwest from the trailhead/parking area. ...
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