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    June Lake Junction Road

    Inyo National Forest, California
    Distance1.3mi
    Elevation Gain104ft
    Trailhead Elevation7,638ft
    Top7,702ft
    Elevation Min/Max7638/7702ft
    Elevation Start/End7638/7638ft

    June Lake Junction Road

    June Lake Junction Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Mono County, California. It is within Inyo National Forest. It is 1.3 miles long and begins at 7,638 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 104 feet.

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    A waterfall rushes over 1,000 feet to a lake below. Eagles fly from the steep granite cliffs towering to 10,,000 feet.
    The June Lake Loop is the gem of the Eastern Sierras. Silver Lake is the third of four small lakes and the starting point of the hike. Pack trains service the many camps and trails on a regular basis along our trail. It is a strenuous hike, that is carved out of the face of the cliffs (not for the light of heart). There is no way I would take a horse along those trails, like my wife did once.
    When you reach Gem Lake you are at the gate way to thousands of lakes and trails branching in all directions. This hike is a religious nature experience.
    The hike starts at the Silver Lake Store at 7,238 and hits 9,088 feet when you reach the Gem Lake Damn (an 1,850 ft climb that is up hill all the way) Start hike early to avoid the heat of day while climbing. The Silver Lake Cafe servers great food.
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    Inyo National Forest
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    Inyo National Forest
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    Dog-friendly
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