Florence Fry

Sierra National Forest, California

Distance0.5mi
Elevation Gain271ft
Trailhead Elevation7,594ft
Top7,599ft
Elevation Min/Max7334/7599ft
Elevation Start/End7594/7594ft

Florence Fry

Florence Fry is a hiking trail in Fresno County, California. It is within Sierra National Forest and John Muir Wilderness. It is 0.5 miles long and begins at 7,594 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is a mile with a total elevation gain of 271 feet. Near the end of the trail is a pier. This trail connects with the following: Florence Lake.

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Day & Section Hikes: John Muir Trail (Menasha Ridge Press)
Kathleen Dodge
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"Arguably one of the most beautiful and challenging stretches along both the John Muir and Pacific Crest trails, this section traverses the renowned Evolution Valley, a remote high-altitude wonderland of jagged peaks, glacial cirques, stark alpine lakes, and wildflower-strewn meadows. And the remote locale, combined with some difficult climbs, nearly ensures some degree of solitude. It’s possible to begin your journey with a soak in nearby hot springs before you rise through Evolution Valley and the lofty heights of Muir Pass (11,955 feet) in the heart of Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks. After dropping down into Le Conte Canyon, your journey leaves the JMT to venture east through the sparse forest and granite bowls of Dusy Basin and up to amazing Bishop Pass (11,972 feet). Descending toward Owens Valley, enjoy the region’s many high-altitude lakes and meadows. Outstanding features: Blayney Hot Springs, Evolution Valley, Muir Pass, Le Conte Canyon, Dusy Basin, Bishop Pass" Read more
Sierra South: Backcountry Trips in California's Sierra Nevada (Wilderness Press)
Kathy Morey & Mike White with Stacy Corless, Analise Elliot, Chris Tirrell & Thomas Winnett
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"This popular shuttle trip traverses the length of Bear Creek’s canyon, takes in pristine alpine scenery at Medley Lakes, descends past alpine lakes, and eventually reaches Blayney Hot Springs. The last miles of the trip tour wildflower-carpeted meadows before arriving at Florence Lake. It’s an excellent longer trip for the intermediate or advanced hiker." Read more

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Trail Information

Sierra National Forest
Nearby City
Sierra National Forest
Parks
Sierra National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Mt. Givens, Florence Lake, Mt. Hilgard, Ward Mountain
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Dec 2018