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  2. Mount Whitney: Permits for Mt Whitney

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    Mt Whitney Permits Permits are required year round for entry into the Mt. Whitney Zone. A valid overnight permit or day use permit is required. Your permit must be visible as you hike in the Mt. Whitney Zone.

  3. How to get a Permit for Mt Whitney - Timberline Trails

    www.timberlinetrails.com/WhitneyGettingStarted.html

    Mt Whitney permits must be picked up at the Eastern Sierra Inter Agency Visitor Center. Only the group leader or alternate leader may pick up the permit; the person picking up the permit must be going on the wilderness trip. Permits for confirmed reservations can be picked up one or two days before the entry date or on the entry date.

  4. Inyo National Forest - Recreation Passes & Permits

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    Camping overnight in the wilderness without a valid wilderness permit or entering or being in the Mount Whitney Zone without a valid wilderness permit. Camping within 100 feet of lakes, streams or trails (terrain permitting), and never less than 50 feet of lakes or streams or within 25 feet of trails.

  5. WHEN TO APPLY FOR MT WHITNEY PERMITS: - She Dreams Of Alpine

    www.shedreamsofalpine.com/blog/mt-whitney-permits

    HOW MUCH DOES A MOUNT WHITNEY PERMIT COST: The transaction fee to apply for the permit lottery costs $6 per application. If you are lucky enough to receive a Mt. Whitney permit, you will then need to pay an additional $15 per person in your group by April 30th. If you do not pay by this date, your permit will be canceled.

  6. How to Snag Mount Whitney Permits: The Highest Summit in the ...

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    Overnight Mount Whitney Permit Backpackers interested in summiting Mount Whitney must apply for an overnight permit, which allows the users to camp within the Mount Whitney Zone for one night. Popular backpacking camping areas are Lone Pine Lake (10,000 feet), Outpost Camp (10,500 feet), Consultation Lake (11,000 feet) or Trail Camp (12,000 feet).

  7. Mount Whitney - Mono County

    www.monocounty.org/things-to-do/hiking/mount-whitney

    Permits are required year round for entry into the Mt. Whitney Zone for both day use and overnight use. Your permit must be visible as you hike anywhere in the Mt. Whitney Zone. Tip: Use the wire provided with the permit to string it around your backpack, on the top, where it can be seen at all times while hiking.

  8. Hiking The Mt. Whitney Trail

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    Wilderness Permits † Wilderness permits are required year-round for all day trips in the Mount Whitney Zone and all overnight trips in wilderness. † Campground, lodging, services May 1 through October 31, daily trailhead quotas limit the number of people who may enter the Mount Whitney Zone.

  9. How to Snag a Permit for Mount Whitney - Wilderness Press Blog

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    Jan 23, 2017 · The most likely stumbling point during the planning stage is getting a permit to enter the Mount Whitney Zone. Between May 1 and November 1, trailhead quotas are in effect and permits are required for both day hikes and overnight backpacking trips.

  10. Mt Whitney Mountaineer's Route - Timberline Trails

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    Permits are required for both overnight stays and day use when doing any of Mt Whitney's East Face Routes, and this includes the Mountaineer's Route. As mentioned above, most climbers use the North Fork of Lone Pine Creek for access. You enter the Whitney Zone on the North Fork of Lone Pine Creek, just a bit above Lower Boy Scout Lake.

  11. Whitney Lake. This is a DAY USE PASS for use at Whitney Lake’s day use areas operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Whitney Lake is a flood control reservoir impounded in 1951 on the main stem of the Brazos River in Texas. It controls drainage for 17,656 square miles of Texas and parts of New Mexico. The r... Lofers Day Use Passes ...