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Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California

   

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There are so many cool things to do close to Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, and to be at this campground is fine fun any time. Such a great pick of attractions and all the outdoors recreation will definitely have you coming back many times. California has lots of outdoors activities.
There's so much stuff to do at Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1 including playing golf, whitewater paddling, swimming, hiking, and fishing, so it's not possible to get bored.
Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1 is a good campground to use as a base while enjoying the Central Sierra Nevada. Many people stay here for the purpose of being next to Devils Postpile National Monument. The positive
 
    atmosphere and all the exciting stuff to do are pretty inspiring.
Everybody needs to go for a camping trip now and then, and Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1 is a fine local campground if you happen to be in California.
 You find the 1.5-mile-in-distance Vermillion Dam to Mono Diversion section of Mono Creek close by; this is a class IV(V) whitewater section. Donít rely on remaining dry whitewater kayaking and rafting this section of Mono Creek. Don't disregard to check the latest conditions in advance of a trip whitewater kayaking and rafting to ensure your wellbeing. A great nearby hiking trail with a height variation of 954 feet is Sherwin Lakes Trail, a nice 3.4-mile-from-start-to-finish backcountry hike. In the region of three hours is around the magnitude of time you require to backcountry hike the Sherwin Lakes Trail, an average hiking trail. A lovely great outdoors hiking trail close by is Mammoth Rock Trail;  
it's 2.8 miles from beginning to end and has a variation in height of 1,224 feet. In the order of three hours is something like the quantity of time you require to walk the Mammoth Rock Trail, a tough great outdoors hiking trail.  

Convict Lake Resort, Mammoth Lakes

9 miles away
  
The Mammoth Creek Inn, Mammoth Lakes

9 miles away
  
The Sierra Nevada Resort, Mammoth Lakes

10 miles away
  
Tamarack Lodge & Resort, Mammoth Lakes

10 miles away


Other campgrounds near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 885.5 - Chief Lake, Mono Hot Springs, 0 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 887.2, Mono Hot Springs, 0 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 888.4, Mono Hot Springs, 1 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 888.5, Mono Hot Springs, 1 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 889.2 - Fish Creek, Mono Hot Springs, 1 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 889.4 - Fish Creek, Mono Hot Springs, 1 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 889.5 - Fish Creek, Mono Hot Springs, 1 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 890.9, Mono Hot Springs, 2 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 882.9, Mono Hot Springs, 2 miles away
      
   Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 882.8 - Silver Pass Creek, Mono Hot Springs, 2 miles away
      

Marinas near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Lake Mary Marina and Store, Mammoth Lakes, 10 miles away

   Grant Lake Marina-campground, June Lake, 20 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Mono Creek, Fresno County, 7 miles away
      Class IV(V) - 1.5 miles long (Vermillion Dam to Mono Diversion)

   San Joaquin River - South Fork, Fresno / Madera County, 11 miles away
      Class IV-V - 7 miles long (Florence Lake to Mono Hot Springs)

   San Joaquin River - Middle Fork, Madera County, 14 miles away
      Class V+ - 32.5 miles long (Devils Postpile Nat'l Monument to Mammoth Pool Reservoir)

   San Joaquin River - South Fork, Fresno / Madera County, 15 miles away
      Class V - 14 miles long (Bridge over Piute Creek to Florence Lake)

   Kings River - Middle Fork, Fresno County, 22 miles away
      Class IV-V - 6 miles long (Above Wishon Reservoir)


Public Lands near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Devils Postpile National Monument, Mammoth Lakes - CA, 14 miles away
      
   Yosemite National Park, Yosemite National Park - CA, 51 miles away
      
   Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park, Three Rivers - CA, 57 miles away
      
   Sierra National Forest, California, 23 miles away


Trails near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Sherwin Lakes Trail, Mono County, 7 miles away
       3.4 hiking miles, 954 feet elevation difference

   Mammoth Rock Trail, Mono County, 8 miles away
      2.8 hiking miles, 1224 feet elevation difference


Golf Courses Near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Sierra Star Golf Course, Mammoth Lakes, 10 miles away

   Snowcreek Golf Course, Mammoth Lakes, 11 miles away


Lakes Near Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California:

   Lost Keys Lakes, Fresno County, 6 miles away

   Lake Thomas A Edison, Fresno County, 7 miles away

   Bear Twin Lakes, Fresno County, 7 miles away

   Chickenfoot Lake, Inyo County, 13 miles away

   Lake Crowley, Mono County, 17 miles away


Current weather conditions at Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 886.1, Central Sierra Nevada, California
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Local climate location: HUNTINGTON LAKE 23 miles away


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