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Re: South Lake to North Lake

Postby sparky » Tue May 07, 2013 1:04 pm

I personally wouldn't mess with an additional permit. Your milage may very
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Re: South Lake to North Lake

Postby rnagarajan » Tue May 07, 2013 1:16 pm

I just got off the phone with Inyo national forest. They say that I would need an additional permit if I plan to spend a night in the Tyee Lakes area the night prior to my entry at Piute Pass. Apparently the road walk to North Lakes means that this would be treated as two separate trips rather than one.
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Re: South Lake to North Lake

Postby maverick » Tue May 07, 2013 2:07 pm

Hi Rnagarajan,

Welcome to HST!
Rnagarajan wrote:
Apparently the road walk to North Lakes means that this would be treated as two
separate trips rather than one.

This makes sense. When you enter on different trailhead than what your permit
indicates than yes you will need a new permit, especially if sleeping overnight at Tyee.
You may try to hitch a ride to North Lake from South Lake (offer some gas money)
and don't get to South Lake to late in the day, you may get lucky.
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