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Sierra Mountain Guides

When it comes to Yosemite, John Muir definitely deserves founding father status. The Scottish-born world famous naturalist was the catalyst in the creation of this National Park, and His namesake trail runs 211 miles between Yosemite Valley and Mount Whitney (the highest point in the Lower 48). One of the most worthwhile sections is the 58-mile journey from Mammoth Lakes to Yosemite Valley. This classic hike is best done with the help of Sierra Mountain Guides who secure all necessary wilderness and hiking permits and provide camping gear, backcountry meals and a spare cache of food and supplies along the way.