Dog Sledding

Dog Sledding the C Trail Out and Back

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  • This is a good short out-and-back introduction to the vast Inyo Craters trail network. Starting from the Edison substation staging area just up Hwy 203 from "Woolly's Tube Park and Snow Play", the C Trail (USFS 3S89) is groomed and undulating—mostly downhill on the way out and uphill on the way back—through Jeffrey pine forest. Keep your eyes open for MMSA snowmobile trail riders coming from or returning to Main Lodge. At the junction with the Inyo Craters Road (USFS 3S22) you can opt to turn around or continue on to the craters and beyond.

  • This is a good short out-and-back introduction to the vast Inyo Craters trail network. Starting from the Edison substation staging area just up Hwy 203 from "Woolly's Tube Park and Snow Play", the C Trail (USFS 3S89) is groomed and undulating—mostly downhill on the way out and uphill on the way back—through Jeffrey pine forest. Keep your eyes open for MMSA snowmobile trail riders coming from or returning to Main Lodge. At the junction with the Inyo Craters Road (USFS 3S22) you can opt to turn around or continue on to the craters and beyond.

  • Experience Checklist

    • Beanie
    • Camera
    • Collar with name tag and contact info
    • Complete Skijoring Kit
    • Dog-poop bags
    • First-aid kit
    • GPS device
    • Knowledge and understanding of local conditions
    • Map or GPS device
    • Packable water bowl/water
    • Ski goggles or sunglasses
    • Sled
    • Sled dogs & tack
    • Smartphone
    • Sunscreen/lip protector
    • Warm clothing
    • Windbreaker/shell
    • Winter gloves

    Public Services

    Experience Information

    Trail Length
    7.1 miles
    Trail Surface
    Snow
    Duration
    Less than 4 hours

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