The 113,000 acre Emigrant Wilderness contains approximately 185 miles of developed trails. Primary attractions are numerous sub-alpine meadows and glacial lakes. Many areas receive heavy use in the summer months. Major trailheads are Bell Meadow, Crabtree Camp, Gianelli Cabin, Coyote Meadow (Cooper Meadow), and Kennedy Meadows on the Summit District (Hwy. 108); Box Springs and Bourland Meadow on the Mi-Wok District (Hwy.108); and, Cherry Lake on the Groveland District (Hwy. 120).

Powell Lake

Emigrant Wilderness: View from Burst Rock

A bit more civilized,
Pinecrest lake has a 4 mile moderately challenging
circuitous trail and leash laws.

Annie playing in the Stanislaus River with Sally Francis

Annie hiking with the dogs

First Annual Sonora NADAC trial get together

Sonora Fairgrounds


 Family Sonora Pass