14.5 miles
Distance
2,033 ft
Climb
-2,034 ft
Descent
2 miles
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Bear Lake & Grouse Lake (via Emigrant Wilderness Loop) is a 14 mile less popular intermediate route located near Tuolumne County California. This hike primary route. This route includes 5 trails. This route climbs 2,033 ft with a max elevation of 7,957 ft then descends -2,034 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Hike
  • Other Activities
    • Trail Running
  • Difficulty rating
    Blue
More Stats for Bear Lake & Grouse Lake (via Emigrant Wilderness Loop) mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    22 hr 1 min
  • Altitude change
    -2 ft
  • Altitude min
    7,036 ft
  • Altitude start
    7,159 ft
  • Altitude end
    7,159 ft
  • Grade
    -0%
  • Grade max
    -39.4%
  • Grade min
    45.3%
  • Distance climb
    6 miles
  • Distance down
    6 miles
  • Distance flat
    2 miles

Directions

  1. Walk southeast on Crabtree (Trailhead to Pine Valley).
  2. Continue for 2 kilometers.
  3. Turn right onto Pine Valley.
  4. Continue for 1.5 kilometers.
  5. Bear left onto Bell Meadow (Pine Valley to Wilderness).
  6. Continue for 6 kilometers.
  7. Bear left onto Groundhog Meadow.
  8. Continue for 700 meters.
  9. Turn left onto Crabtree.
  10. Continue for 6 kilometers.
  11. Turn right onto Bear Lake Trail.
  12. Continue for 1.5 kilometers.
  13. Walk northwest on Bear Lake Trail.
  14. Continue for 1.5 kilometers.
  15. Bear right onto Crabtree.
  16. Continue for 4 kilometers.
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