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    Tim Williams reviewed 7 Lakes

    5 months ago

    Tim Williams updated 7 Lakes

    5 months ago

    Tim Williams reviewed Mt. Whitney

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    Tim Williams updated Mt. Whitney

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    Tim Williams reviewed Blackrock Trailhead to Casa Vieja Meadows

    over 1 year ago

    This is a great hike for beginners and the experienced. It's a slight downhill path all the way to Casa Vieja once you reach the Golden Trout Wilderness sign from the parking lot. From the sign for about 100yds it is the steepest decline of the entire trail. Bring your camera and take plenty of pictures. There is an old Forest Service Cabin on the other side of the meadow that is worth seeing. They still use it in the summer, so make sure you announce yourself. The views are out of a postcard. If you have the time walk around the meadow - don't walk through it, you'll get a crash course in why it's a meadow (Swamp!). There are golden trout in the stream and springs all around.

    Tim Williams reviewed Jordan Hot Springs Via Casa Vieja Trail

    over 1 year ago

    This is a beautiful hike, very strenuous but worth it. there are 2 springs on the way down that you can fill up your camel backs - they come right out of the side of the hill! Be prepared to do some deep creek crossings if you go in May or early June - there's 4 of them. If you want to keep going the trail continues to Painter's Camp, another 6 miles but not as steep. This part of the trail will be hot now as all of the ponderosas and sequoias went up in flames during the McNally Fire. With that said, Painter's Camp and the 70 ft waterfall just before it are worth seeing.