Jul 20, 2013 · 7:00 AM
Sierra Nevada (South)
This is a killer hike to summit Mount Williamson. The plan is to drive out Friday evening, hike up to Shepard Pass on Saturday, climb Mount Williamson on Sunday, and climb Mount Tyndall and hike out (and drive back) on Monday.
Mount Williamson is the second highest peak in California, and the most difficult peak on the LVMC Classic 50 list.
Due to the difficulty of this trip, participants will be screened for ability to complete the outing. Also, due to Wilderness Permit requirements, there is a $5 per person charge to attend.
Total Distance: about 30 miles round trip
Total Elevation Gain: about 11,000'
Altitude: 6,300' - 14,373'
Terrain Description: Mostly trail, but some class 3 on Williamson and Tyndall
Approximate Hiking Time: hours
To participate in this outing, you must be a current, paid member of LVMC. You can obtain a membership via this link: http://www.lvmc.org/w.... The fee is $40 per year for a family/roommates or $30 per year for an individual. Please contact your organizer if you have any questions.