devils postpile national monument Trails

To find trails in devils postpile national monument, select a region or trail below.

Devils Postpile National Monument Waterfalls :: Mammoth Lakes, CA

Devils Postpile National Monument is a beautiful alpine recreation area near Mammoth Falls. It was established in 1911 by presidential proclamation in an effort to preserve the postpile, Rainbow Falls, and the other parts of this small but truly uniq

Pack Trail :: Devils Postpile National Monument, CA

Pack Trail is a hiking trail in Madera County, California. It is within Devils Postpile National Monument and Ansel Adams Wilderness. It is 16.0 miles long and begins at 7,710 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 16.3 miles with a total eleva

John Muir Trail :: Inyo National Forest, CA

John Muir Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Madera County and Fresno County, California. It is within John Muir Wilderness, Devils Postpile National Monument, Ansel Adams Wilderness, and Inyo National Forest. It is 40.9 miles long and begins at 8,

Mammoth Basin Campgrounds :: Mammoth Lakes, CA

Most of the undeveloped land in this area lies within the Inyo National Forest and in two of its wilderness areas: Ansel Adams and John Muir. Central to the area is the community of Mammoth Lakes, one of California’s major summer and winter outdoor p

Shadow of the Minarets Trail :: June Lake, CA

Let your own abilities determine which of these two hikes you will take into the spectacular country around the base of Mount Ritter and the Minarets. The Ediza Lake hike follows excellent trails to a beautiful destination. The traverse hike—which co

Rainbow Falls Trail :: Lake Mary, CA

The panoramic views of peaks and the Minaret Range along the ridge and across the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River are some of the most spectacular you will see from a car in the Sierra. This stunning high-country hamlet is loaded with unique and

Mammoth Lakes Waterfalls :: Mammoth Lakes, CA

Mammoth Lakes was once a geographically isolated area that got little attention from the gold bugs swarming other areas of the Sierras. That all changed in 1858 when miners found large amounts of silver east of Lake Tahoe, some ways up north from Mam