Mokelumne Wilderness

 

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Designated in 1964, the 105,165 acre Mokelumne Wilderness straddles the crest of the central Sierra Nevada, within the Stanislaus, Eldorado, and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests. This area is bordered by State Highway 4 on the south and State Highway 88 on the north. Watersheds drain to the Mokelumne River on the west slope and the Carson River on the east slope.  Read more...

 


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[Symbol]: horsebackFor guide services contact:
Kirkwood Stables
PO Box 89
Kirkwood, CA 95646
209-258-7433

Operated under special use permit within the Eldorado National Forests.


 





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