South Sierra Wilderness

Lone Pine, California

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The South Sierra Wilderness, established by Congress in 1984, is a 63,000-acre section of the Sierra Nevada on the high plateau of the Kern River sandwiched between Golden Trout Wilderness and Domeland Wilderness.

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"The South Sierra Wilderness, established by Congress in 1984, is a 63,000-acre section of the Sierra Nevada on the high plateau of the Kern River sandwiched between Golden Trout Wilderness and Domeland Wilderness."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Lone Pine
Distance: 23
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 13 hours or 2–3 days
Season: June–October
Local Contacts: Sequoia National Forest
Local Maps: USFS PCT Map: Volume 3

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Jun 2018