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There a several trailheads and a large number of trails to be found in the Sierra National Forest. Several of these criss-cross the wilderness areas offering the hiker an opportunity to view wildlife and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature.
Below is a table listing each of trailheads on the Forest. Each link will take you to information about that trailhead and the trails that are associated with it.
|Trails and Trailhead||Elevation||Length||Difficulty||Location||Comments|
|Bear Ridge||7,600||Edison Lake Area.||
Access to the Pacific Crest
Trail from this trailhead.
|College Rock||9,076||5 Miles||Kaiser Wilderness||Parking at trailhead.|
Follow the link for an
interactive map detailing
trailheads that provide
access to the Kaiser
|Mono Creek||7,600||Edison Lake Area||
Access to the Devil's
Lakes; Quail Meadows;
Pacific Crest Trails from
Parking at trailhead.
Requires 3 hours
and multiple stops
due to steepness.
7200' at the trailhead to
8,120' at the base of the falls
Gentle grade. Steep at the base of the Falls.