Cedar Grove and Roads End
The road into Cedar Grove and Roads End has opened for the season
Lewis Creek and Kennedy Pass
Frypan Meadow trail is also not stock passable, trail blow-out on a steep section 1 mile before the meadow
Copper Creek and Granite Pass
5/12 -Copper creek is clear of trees up to lower tent meadow.
Copper creek snow line is 1 mile before Upper tent
Woods Creek, Bubbs Creek, and Glen Pass (Rae Lakes Loop) .
5/18 - Woods, not stock passable after Mist Falls until further notice.
Snow line is 1 mile after Mist Falls. Bridge at South Fork Kings River in Upper Paradise Vally is OUT. Highly recommend people NOT cross the remnants of the old bridge.
5/18 - Bubbs, up to Sphinx Junction is still not stock passable.
Snow line is 1 mile after Charlotte creek.
5/18 - Sphinx Creek, to Avalanche Pass snow line is 2 miles after Bubbs/Sphinx junction.
Grant Grove and Jennie Lakes Wilderness Area
Seville, Ranger, and Lost Lakes and Belle Canyon
Redwood Canyon is clear of downed trees.
Sugarloaf Valley and Roaring River
75% snow coverage, trails are somewhat difficult to find.
5/18 - 75% snow coverage, trails are somewhat difficult to find.
Lodgepole, Wolverton, and Crescent Meadow
Twin Lakes Trail
Alta Peak Trail
Pear Lake Trail
2 ft of snowpack on the trail, tree debris mixed with slush in afternoon up to the top of the hump trail and melting beyond but still at least 2 ft. Pear Lake still skiable on the north facing rim in the morning but not for long.
High Sierra Trail
The High Sierra Trail to Bearpaw is not stock passable due to several large trees across trail but hikers can get by.
Middle Fork Trail
Garfield Grove Trail (South Fork)
Ladybug Trail (South Fork)
Lower Colony Mill Trail (North Fork)
Mineral King and Kern Canyon
The road into Mineral King has closed for the season.
Paradise Ridge Trail
Franklin Lakes and Franklin Pass
White Chief, Eagle Lake, and Mosquito Lakes
5/6 - White Chief, footbridge across the trail has been washed out and lying 40ft. below the trail.
7-15 ft snow drifts with thinning ice bridges.
Sierra Crest and East Side (Inyo National Forest)
For more information on trails starting on the east side of the Sierra Nevada, contact the Inyo National Forest Wilderness Office at (760) 873-2483.
Mount Whitney Trail
Old Army Pass
New Army Pass