There are hundreds of trails up there. All depends on what you are looking for in terms of difficulty and one or two day runs or longer.
I will be setting up at least 2 weekend trips this spring/summer for the Seirra trails. One for everyone and then one that requires 3" and 33's at the minimum (I have done that trail so I know that is the minimum)
There are a bunch of camping and fishing holes with trails all around them Jsut need to know what you want to do and how hard the wheeling will be. I recommend a Delorme Atlas. Very good topo maps avail in NorCal and SoCal versions. Does not have all the trails listed, but you can find the activities in it and then order the specific maps from the USFS or BLM.
Delorme Atlas. Just the starting place I was looking for. I have the addresses for BLM and USFS, Dept. of Int., etc. But something for the soon to be retired and exploring type
like me, this is excellent. Thanks. Jay
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