Thousand Island Trail Ride

Overview

Spend four days in the beautiful Ansel Adams Wilderness. This base camp setting gives you ample time to fish for Rainbow and Brook trout or ride to Weber Lake, Thousand Island Lake, and the Forks area of Rush Creek. For those who like to spend time in the saddle exploring the wilderness.

Dates and Pricing

July 6th-9th, 2022

Cost: $1050 per person + 3% USFS fee
*Deposit: $200 per person

Itinerary:

Day One: Meet at the pack station in June Lake at 7:00 am on July 6th when breakfast will be served. We will partner you up with a horse to match your ability and then ride into the beautiful Ansel Adams Wilderness. Our Camp will be along a tranquil glacier fed creek named Rush Creek. There will be plenty of time that evening to explore or fish the creek for Rainbow or Brook Trout.

Day Two: After breakfast, we will take a day ride to Weber Lake. A secluded lake sitting at 10,000 feet this captivating basin is known for large vibrant colored Brook Trout and captivating views in this sub alpine ecosystem. The evening will be spent back at camp fishing Rush creek and Gem Lake.

Day Three: After breakfast, we will head to Thousand Island Lake for our day ride. Where you will have panoramic views of Thousand Island Lake and the towering peaks of Ritter an Banner in the background. You will also have the option to fish the head waters of the San Jaoquin River for Rainbow Trout. The evening will be rounded off at camp fishing and telling stories around the campfire.

Day Four: Breakfast and fishing in the morning. After having lunch at camp, we will decend down the Rush Creek Drainage to the pack station arriving at 3:00 p.m.