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Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest
Backpacking the Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest.
Federal judge halts Paiute cutthroat trout recovery plan, Sept 10, 2011, Sac Bee.
Above: Entering the Paiute Management Area via Corral Valley.
This page is for your input concerning the maps, miles, and elevation information provided on the trail guide about the Pacific Crest Trail between Ebbetts Pass and Sonora Pass.
Your perspective on the accuracy of this information will improve the guide.
For more information about the trail itself, and reflect on the guide or your experiences along this section of the Pacific Crest Trail, see the Ebbetts Pass to Sonora Pass trails forum.
This page is a catch-all for questions, comments, or any type of input concerning the Carson Pass to Ebbetts Pass section of the Pacific Crest Trail in the High Sierra.
This page is for your overall impressions or experiences. If you would like to recount a trip, or provide important trail information, post up a page!
For comments about specific locations between Carson Pass and Ebbetts Pass, check out the other pages in this Carson Pass to Ebbetts Pass Forum
Here's our basic information about this section
High Sierra Nevada Historical Monument: Ebbetts Pass
Trail Guide Page: Raymond Lake to Ebbetts Pass (Close up of text above)
Leavitt Lake - 2005
Lodgepole Squirrel at 10,400 feet elevation in the Sonora Gap. The Sonora Gap sits on the SE ridge Arm of Sonora Peak, and divides the terrain around Sonora Pass from the terrain around Wolf Creek Lake. This is the highest squirrel I've ever seen, and I I've seen some high squirrels.
Bear Encounter, June 2, 2010.
Backpacking West across the broken snow and muck of Poison Flat (where it is, how to get there) towards the East Carson River, one could not help but notice the tremendous amount of bear tracks in the soft terrain.
This page is set up for backpackers to post comments and questions about the section of the Pacific Crest Trail between the Raymond Lake trail junction and Ebbetts Pass.
Trail Guide Page: Raymond Lake Junction to Ebbetts Pass
Hiking the Eastern flank of Raymond Peak in the Mokelumne Wilderness on the Pacific Crest Trail
Trail Guide Page: Mokelumne Wilderness Boundary to Raymond Lake Junction
Trail and Terrain
Backpacking the Pacific Crest Trail: Blue Lakes Road to the Mokelumne Wilderness.
Trail Guide Page: Blue Lakes Road to the Mokelumne Wilderness Boundary