Muh-KULL-uh-mee (Mokelumne Wilderness)

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Muh-KULL-uh-mee (Mokelumne Wilderness) is a 11 mile point-to-point trail located near Markleeville, CA. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

11.0 miles 2500 feet Point to Point

dog friendly


2 months ago

Despite how difficult the trip was, especially with the hiking, it was totally worth it. Enjoyed swimming in 4th of July Lake and Lost Lake. This is a loop trail.

6 years ago

Hiking into the Mokelumne Wilderness begins from the trail head at Carson Pass. Nicely groomed and maintained trails. Always encounter friendly hikers and families out on this trail. First stop, Frog lake 1.0 miles up. Incredible vista overlooking Hope Valley at this point. Next 1.5 miles up to Lake Winnemucca, with the backdrop of one very majestic rock wall jutting up from the water and spiring to the sky! Onto Round Top Lake, 1.0 miles. Make the 8 miles loop and descend down onto Woods Lake, a little piece of Heaven on earth!! Birding, wildflowers, amazing!!!! Be prepared for inclement weather. Afternoon thunder heads build up. Could be a light shower, or more!!