Hiking

The Arnold Rim Trail is a new non-motorized, multi-use trail adjacent to the... Read more
(4 miles) Moderate difficulty. Very popular destination. (one night camping... Read more
This trip along old railroad grades starts where the Lyons Reservoir to Fraser... Read more
Calaveras Big Trees State Park is a beautiful area with lots of trails and... Read more
The trestle was part of the Westside Lumber Company system, operating between... Read more
(1 mile) Moderate difficulty. Spectacular views. This Emigrant Wilderness hike... Read more
(3 miles) moderate difficulty. Very popular destination. (One night camping... Read more
(1 mile) Moderate difficulty. Trail is a side trip from the Pinecrest Lake Loop... Read more
Near Yosemite National Park, accessible by Cherry Oil Road from Tuolumne.... Read more
Clark Fork Horse Camp & Clark Fork Campground are located 25 miles east of... Read more
Difficulty Level: Easy Length: 1/4 mile These unusual geologic formations of... Read more
Coyote Meadow can be reached by following Highway 108 2.5 miles east of... Read more
Length: 9.5 miles Crabtree road (4N26) is located on Highway 108, one mile east... Read more
The reservoir is difficult to get to, but it is said to be rewarding for those... Read more
(.25 mile) Scenic trail to Donnell overlook, spectacular view. Highway 108, 18... Read more
Length: 13 miles, overnight Directions: Begin at Kennedy Meadows trailhead... Read more
(1.3 miles) Portion of historic pioneer route. Trailhead is on Highway 4 at... Read more
(2.5 miles) Uphill trail of moderate difficulty. Begins at Mosquito Lake on... Read more
These areas offer dispersed camping, restrooms, and drinking water. It is a... Read more
East of Tuolumne City on the south end of the district, Hunter Creek offers OHV... Read more
Lake Alpine (1.5 miles) Uphill climb of moderate difficulty. Access from... Read more
East of Bear Valley on Highway 4, 50 miles east of Angels Camp. Has 7,200 acre-... Read more
Directions: On the east side of the Sonora Pass, you will find Leavitt Meadow... Read more
(.3 mile) Easy. Interpretive displays emphasizing forest ecology, half-mile... Read more
Difficulty Level: Easy bike ride, long hike Length: 9.6 miles (one way)... Read more
Difficulty Level: Easy, Family-Friendly Length: 5.2 miles Directions: Head east... Read more
Horseback Riding, Hiking & Camping Length: Day Rides Directions: 12 miles... Read more
New Melones is a Lake on the Stanislaus River located in both Tuolumne and... Read more
Thousands of vacationers flood Pinecrest each summer to camp, boat, fish, swim... Read more
7,100 acres of public land just south of Chinese Camp. Open for hiking,... Read more
Spicer Reservoir is located eight miles southwest of Highway 4 on Spicer... Read more
Difficulty Level: Easy Length: 3 miles (one way) Directions: Go on Stanislaus... Read more
Near Jamestown; frequently hiked by hikers of all ages; a 1.5 mile trail... Read more
Difficulty Level: Easy/Medium Length: 3.8 miles (one way) Directions: Begin the... Read more
Note: The National Park Service now requires permits for climbing the Half Dome... Read more

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