WELCOME TO ROCK CREEK PACK STATION
ROCK CREEK AREA
The load is packed to a specified location and you hike to meet it. "Some hike and others ride" falls into this category.
|Area||Handling fee||Each horse or mule|
|Little Lakes Valley||$410||$250|
|Hilton Lakes & Tamarack Lakes Area||$435||$250|
|Gold Creek & Fourth Recess Lake||$500||$315|
|Confluence of 4th Recess Creek & Gold Creek to Third Recess, Pioneer Basin Lake #1||$600||$400|
|Hopkins Basin & Mono Creek to Second Recess||$675||$450|
|Anvil Camp (Shepherd Pass trail) *||$1300||$550|
|Top of Taboose & Sawmill Pass *||$1750||$950|
|Woods Basin, Bench Lake *||$2110||$1100|
|*Operated by Rock Creek Pack Station as Mt. Whitney Pack Train. Handling fee includes trucking of livestock to trailhead and packer's fee.|
|We rent aluminum BEAR-PROOF BOXES 12"x20"x22.5" for $8/day.|
Number of |
|Number of |
|5 & 6||4|
|8 & 9||6|
|11 & 12||8|
|14 & 15||10|
** Note that there is a 2% USFS fee and 8% fee to cover regulatory changes and a 3% fee for Yosemite National Park.
** Note that there is a $15 per person fee to cover the monitoring
Rock Creek Pack Station, Inc operates under permit on the Inyo National Forest.
All Trail Rides and Packing Schools are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 2% USFS fee.
Horse Drives are are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 3% USFS fee.
Mustang Trips are are subject to a 3% USFS fee.
Trips traveling in the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are subject to an additional 3% park use fee.
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