South Warner Wilderness - Northern California

The South Warner Wilderness is 70,385 acres of ridgeline that falls just west of the Nevada border and just south of that of Oregon.  The ridge is dominated by seven peaks, of which, the most distinctive are Warren Peak to the north and Eagle Peak in the south central section.  The massive cliffs rising dramatically behind Patterson Lake on the north side of Warren Peak are typical of the strikingly beautiful geography in the Wilderness.

Trailheads, campgrounds, corrals, and staging areas that were designed for equestrians surround the Wilderness.  There are also excellent facilities for non-horse people to enjoy.  Pepperdine and Soup Springs are the main trailheads for hikers.


 

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