White Mountain Ranger District

  

Coyote Flat

White Mountain Ranger District extends from the crest of the Sierra Nevada to the White Mountains.  There are lakes, ponds, rivers and creeks for fishing. Roads and trails explore a wide variety of terrain and life zones.  Elevations accessible by car range from 3,900 ft in Big Pine to 10,100 ft at the end of Rock Creek Road.

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At a Glance

Current Conditions: Roads closed:White Mountain, South Lake Road at Bishop Creek Lodge, Hwy 168 at Aspendell (to Sabrina Lake), North Lake Road, Rock Creek Road at Sno-park, Big Pine Creek (Glacier Lodge) closed near trailhead parking. White Mountain Ranger Station open 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Monday - Friday.
Information Center:  White Mountain Ranger Station Visitor Center   760-873-2500

General Information

General Notes:

Map of White Mountain Ranger DistrictJohn Muir Wilderness fills the west edge of the district and White Mountains Wilderness, Boundary Peak Wilderness, and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest are located to the east.

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Activities


Bicycling

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Camping & Cabins

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Fishing

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Hiking

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Horse Riding & Camping

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Nature Viewing

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Outdoor Learning

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Picnicking

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Winter Sports

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Areas & Activities

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