To preserve the integrity of fragile high alpine meadows, it is better to camp at lower elevations and take day rides to visit these locations. Horses, goats and llamas — the majority of the trails in the Arc Dome, Alta Toquima, and Table Mountain Wildernesses permit stock use, and there are a number of licensed outfitters in the area that can provide you with a memorable day- or overnight trip. Several trailheads provide stock loading facilities and Pine Creek campground permits overnight stays with stock. Check with the Forest Service in Austin or Tonopah for more information about permitting, or contact one of our local guide/outfitters.

HIKING
There are lots of hiking trails, at all levels of difficulty, throughout the MountainSage area. Here is a list of a few of the trails available in the three wilderness areas.

Arc Dome Wilderness
•    Cow Canyon Trailhead
•    Peavine Canyon Trail
•    Toms Canyon Trail
•    Jett Canyon Trail
•    South Twin River Trail
•    Arc Dome
•    North Twin River Trail
•    Toiyabe Crest Trail
•    Stewart Creek Trail
•    Green Monster Trail
•    Clear Lake Trail

For detailed directions and downloadable maps, go to www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf/recreation/wilderness/arc_dome.shtml

Alta Toquima Wilderness
•    Jefferson Trail
•    Pine Creek Trailhead
•    Bucks Canyon
•    Pasco Canyon

For detailed directions and downloadable maps, go to www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf/recreation/wilderness/alta_toquima.shtml

Table Mountain Wilderness
•    Morgan Creek Trail
•    North Mosquito Creek Trail
•    South Mosquito Creek Trail
•    Barley Creek Trail

For detailed directions and downloadable maps, go to www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf/recreation/wilderness/table_mt.shtml

Toyabe Crest Trail
For a description of the Toyabe Crest Trail, CLICK HERE