Place

Atwell-Hockett Trailhead

Atwell-Hockett Trailhead
Atwell-Hockett Trailhead

NPS / Scott Andrew Taylor

Quick Facts

Audio Description, Parking - Auto, Restroom, Toilet - Vault/Composting, Trailhead, Trash/Litter Receptacles, Water - Drinking/Potable

Atwell-Hockett Trail leads 10 miles one-way (20 miles round-trip) at a moderate slope through sequoia trees and up to Hockett Meadow. The first campsite along the trail is at 6 miles at Clover Creek. Other wilderness destinations include Evelyn Lake, Cahoon Rock, and the Golden Trout Wilderness, which is outside national park boundaries in Golden Trout Wilderness.

Wilderness Permits

If you're planning an overnight trip, pick up a wilderness permit at Mineral King Ranger Station.