Inyo National Forest - Wilderness Permits, CA
ICE and SNOW ALERT- Winter storms traditionally bring snow and ice to mountain elevations by late September or October.
ICE and SNOW ALERT-
Mountain elevations in this area traditionally have ice and snow until late June or early July.
The Haiwee Pass trail provides access to the South Sierra Wilderness. The trail begins at the base of the eastern Sierra, passes over Haiwee Pass and ends at the South Fork Kern River. The trail is primitive and can be overgrown or faint in places. Bring a map and compass.
Know Before You Go:
DOWNLOAD AREA MAP FOR THIS TRAIL:Click Here.
Haiwee Trail is non quota:
You do not need a reservation for trips starting at Haiwee unless you will end the trip at Mt Whitney. Contact Inyo National Forest for information about walk in permits for non quota trails.
- Food and refuse must be stored so that animals cannot get into the food or trash.
- Not passable for stock.
- South Sierra Wilderness regulations apply.
USFS Webpage for: Haiwee