California High Sierra Odyssey Trek
Rugged Trails & Rae Lakes Loop in Kings Canyon
Journey across California's spellbinding High Sierra, known as one of the world's greatest treks. Meander along mountain routes to the Road's End trailhead, lace up your boots and hit Bubbs Creek Trail. Cross some of John Muir Trail's famed high passes - Glen Pass, at 11,978 feet, and Rae Lake Basin, the namesake of the high-country route. Reach the famed "Golden Gate of the Sierra" bridge and continue on to Paradise Valley. Camp surrounded by spectacular scenery and rise early for the final stretch - with cascading falls bidding you farewell.
- Navigate the stunning Rae Lakes Loop through the wilderness of King's Canyon National Park
- Tackle the famous Glen Pass at 11,978 feet and camp at Rae Lakes at 10,500 feet
- Reach the "Golden Gate of the Sierra," a suspension bridge spanning across Woods Creek
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