Andresen Mine Trail
Area Status: Open
4.9 mile hiking and equestrian trail between Holm Powerhouse and Lumsden Road (1N10) along Cherry Creek and Tuolumne Wild & Scenic River (area is unavailable). Use Jawbone Ridge and Cherry Lake South topographic quad maps.
CAUTION - BURNED AREA
Please use caution while in the
Rim Fire Burned Area.
Potential hazards include loose and falling rocks, flash floods, and debris flows.
Trees may have been weakened from fire damage and ongoing drought and may fall at any time.
Stay on designated roads and trails and within opened areas.
Be alert for falling objects and do not linger around large trees.
Avoid the area during high winds or heavy rain.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Groveland Ranger District (HWY 120)- Vehicle access may be difficult due to seasonal road closures and snowy conditions. No services available at any trailhead. PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT, PLEASE! For a list of seasonally closed roads view the Stanislaus National Forest'sï¿½Motor Vehicle Use Maps. Please use caution while in the Rim Fire burned area.|
|Operational Hours:||Trailhead is open. Vehicle access may be difficult due to seasonal road closures and snowy conditions. No services available at any trailhead. PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT, PLEASE! For a list of seasonally closed roads view the Stanislaus National Forest's Motor Vehicle Use Maps.|
|Permit Info:||California Campfire Permit is required to have fire in a dispersed campsite. Campfire permits can be obtained for free at any Forest Service office or online at https://www.readyforwildfire.org/permits/|
|Restrictions:||Motorized or mechanized vehicles, including mountain bicycles, are not allowed on trails within the Tuolumne Wild & Scenic River (area is unavailable) boundary.|
|Closest Towns:||Buck Meadows and Groveland|
|Water:||No water faucets available at trailhead|
|Restroom:||No restrooms available at trailhead|
- From the Groveland Ranger Station, travel 5 miles east on State Highway 120.
- Turn left onto Cherry Lake Road (1N07).
- Stay left at intersection with Mather Road (1S02) and continue to bottom of Tuolumne River canyon.
- After crossing the river, stay left and travel 1 mile.
- Turn left onto 1S23Y.
- Continue 1/2 mile and park in gravel parking area on left before crossing bridge. Please do not park in the area immediately to the left of the kiosk where whitewater boaters launch their rafts or kayaks.
- Start of trail is located immediately across bridge on left side of road.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
River and Stream Fishing
Contact California Department of Fish & Wildlife for current regulations: 559-243-4005, www.dfg.ca.gov
|Elevation desc||2,400 to 2,080 feet = 320 feet change in elevation|