Marble Rim from Lovers Camp via Sky High Lakes Basin Backpacking Topo Map

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Designated a primitive area in 1931 and established as one of California’s first wilderness areas in 1953, Marble Mountain Wilderness protects nearly a quarter million acres of pristine California. You might think that the deep lakes, striking mountains, lush forest, abundant wildlife, and isolation would attract droves of backpackers. But they don’t. You will ascend impressive cliffs of the Marble Mountains via serene Sky High Lakes Basin, a moderate overnight trip that could be done as a long, strenuous dayhike. This is (deservedly) the most popular hike in the wilderness, but crowds will be light relative to other alpine regions of the state. Fishing is possible in the Sky High lakes.
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Fort Jones, California

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