CA Sec H












4.02 x (head west along along the use trail around Thousand Island Lake's North shore to find sandy patches among granite slabs; camping prohibited within 0.25 mile of outlet)
1.07 (head up use trail to the north; sites with excellent vistas to the west and more sheltered sites in Jeffery pine/white fir forest to the east)









1.01 (large camping area in eastern little Yosemite Valley; toilet, food-storage boxes )
1.02 (many small sites just to the south of trail in white fir and Jeffery pine forest)
1.03 (many small sites to south of trail in white fir and Jeffery pine forest; also small sites on the knob to the northwest of the Clouds Rest Trail junction)
1.04 (large camping area by sunrise creek; heading south from the JMT along a use trail)
1.05 (site for several tents on knob with open Jeffery pine cover and excellent views to Half Dome; head west from trail)
1.06 (large opening in Jeffery pine/white fir forest to the south of the trail)
1.07 A
1.08 (site for several tents on a little knob with Jeffery pines above side creek; east of trail)
1.09 (large opening west of creek in white fir forest; nice site)
1.10 (large opening in fir forest next to a side creek; may need to detour to Sunrise Creek for water during late season)
1.11 (large opening in dense fir forest alongside Sunrise Creek; head west off the trail; additional sites farther upstream to the east of the trail)
1.12 x (large, flat, sandy site to the southeast of the trail; beautiful views but no water )
1.13 x (site for 3-4 tents beneath open lodgepole pines at the edge of a large meadow; head south of the trail; uncertain late season water )
1.14 x (site for 3-4 tents beneath open lodgepole pines at the edge of a large meadow; head south of the trail; uncertain late season water)
1.15 x (large, flat, sandy site to the southeast of the trail; beautiful views; no water)
1.16 (site for 1 tent beneath hemlocks and lodgepole pines to the northeast of the trail and creek; excellent views)
1.17 Sunrise (Sunrise High Sierra Camp camping area;large areas with many camp sites, a water tap, and toilet; head a short distance towards sunrise lakes to reach this point)
1.17 A
1.18 x (openings in lodgepole pine forest and sandy flats along the southern side of Upper Cathedral Lake; do not camp in meadow)
1.19 x (openings in lodgepole pine forest and sandy flats along the northeast side of upper cathedral lak)
1.20 x (picturesque sites along the northern shore of Lower Cathedral Lake, 0.5 miles down the side trail)
2.01 Tulomne Meadows Backpackers Camp (Tulomne Meadows backpacker's campground; food storage boxes, and toilets; $5 per person)
2.01 A
1.20 A
2.02 (Avalanche zone that marks beginning of legal camping in Lyell Canyon; hunt for options to the west of the trail, but there is no camping in the meadow)
2.03 (Large area under lodge pole pine cover, west of the trail)
2.04 (Very large area to the northwest of the Evelyn Lake junction in lodge pole pine forest)
2.05 (Site for 4 tents in shaded location to the east of the trail (towards the river))
2.06 (Space for 3 tents on a knob to the south of the trail)
2.06 A
2.07 (Large opening in lodge pole pine forest to the west of the trail; additional smaller sites nearby; views to Mount Lyell and Mount Maclure from adjacent meadow)
2.08 (Site for 1 tent under lodge pole pine cover to the west of the trail)
2.09 (Large area on flat shelf to the north of the trail; continue well over 100' from the trail for the best sites)
2.10 x (Sites for several tents on shelf above river among hemlocks and lodge pole pines; head northeast from trail; this site is well northwest of the bridge crossing; absolutely no fires )
2.11 x (Large shaded flat as one descends toward the Lyell Fork Bridge; absolutely no fires )
2.12 x (Two large spur trails head northeast from the southeastern side of Lyell Fork bridge; both lead to large campsites; absolutely no fires)
2.13 x (Sites for many tents beneath stunted white bark pines to the east and northeast of the trail)
2.14 x (Head south from trail to find scattered small sandy patches among slabs)
3.01 x (1 well used sandy site about 300' North of the trail; other options if you poke around; beautiful landscape of meadows and scattered white bark pines)
3.02 x (Several sandy spots among slabs with scattered trees)
3.03 x (Several sandy spots among slabs with s altered trees)
3.04 x (Site for 4 tents under lodge pole pines a little north of the Rush Creek crossing at the Marie Lakes Junction)
3.05 x (1 tent site in forest opening)
3.06 x
4.01 x (Many small tent sites to either side of the trail, mostly near clusters of trees or occasionally in open sandy flats)
3.07 x (Single tent site under tall lodge pole pines to the North of the trail)