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Old 12-13-2016, 09:00 AM
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Default Locations near Shaver Lake, CA to drive in the snow?

Where in the Sierras near Shaver can you drive in the snow/trails from November through Spring? I see Jeepers driving on some snow covered trails, but not all of them look like the roads/trails to Bald Mountain. Are there other open trails that can be driven?

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Bald mountain trail from Dinky Creek road is open.
I have seen folks try and drive in from Blue Canyon also.
I think we have had too much snow for that route at the moment.

Our club has gone up near Hume Lake and run a trail up there.

That is about all that I know of.

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Bald Mountain is the only trail, you can drive the road coming up from Blue Canyon to Dinkey Creek road as mentioned above. It would have less snow, as its lower elevation. With lower snow levels like this year, there are also other roads in Blue Canyon. There's also a couple roads by Bass Lake.
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