Hiking Trails Near Markleeville, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Markleeville, CA

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Markleeville has 23 hiking trails. These trails range from 3 to 41.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Blue Lakes & Indian Valley, Markleeville Waterfalls and Granite and Grouse Lakes Trail. Trails.com member PETER H. recently completed Granite and Grouse Lakes Trail. See all Markleeville trails.
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This trip explores an unusual part of the Sierra Nevada, where tall, eroded volcanic peaks ...
There are many beautiful lakes and meadows, as well as vistas of the Mokelumne Wilderness. ...
Two picturesque, near-timberline lakes with a stunning backdrop from the craggy summits ...
Markleeville is named after an unfortunate entrepreneur, Jacob Marklee, who laid claim ...
This is a magnificent High Sierran ramble through verdant meadows and across rocky ridges ...
Four bright lakes in sturdy granite cups, dazzling vistas, and nature’s finest flower ...
Hiking to Upper Kinney Lake is a great way to enjoy the afternoon, the sunset, or a night ...
This challenging 41.6-mile hike crosses the Sierra Nevada from east to west. It passes ...
This region is characterized by rugged, fir- and pine-covered mountainsides, granite peaks ...
In 1848, following the Mexican-American War and two years after the Donner Party tragedy, ...
Two trails emanating from Grover Hot Springs State Park provide short and easy trips for ...
The East Fork Carson River Trail is used primarily by anglers to access some of the most ...
The Indian Creek Recreation Area comprises 7,000 acres of land near the eastern base of ...
The Carson-Iceberg Wilderness covers about 160,000 acres within Humboldt-Toiyabe and Stanislaus ...
This moderately easy hike uses a segment of the Pacific Crest Trail to reach the subalpine ...
Although it can be reached on a day hike, Eagle Creek serves best as a backpackers’ base ...
Keeping your eyes on the trail rather than glued to the scenery is the most difficult ...
Good fishing and swimming await hikers who backpack into Poison Lake, which isn’t poisonous ...
One of the longest and deepest canyons east of the Sierra Crest, the East Fork Carson ...
This trip starts as a scenic crest route and then proceeds through parts of three glaciated ...
Backpackers acquire a good feeling for eastside Sierra flora and geology on this trip, ...
It would be an exaggeration to call this a “spectacular” hike. It is a pretty forested ...
The hike to Round Top Lake has the distinction of beginning at the crest of a High Sierra ...
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