Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail Map

Tom Harrison

This map covers the 30,000-acre wilderness near Huntington Lake east of Fresno. Dinkey Lakes Wilderness is separated from the adjacent John Muir Wilderness by a single dirt road. Covers 16 small lakes and two prominent peaks.


2012, scale: 1 inch=2/3 mile, 18" x 24" unfolded, 4.5" x 8" folded. Published by Tom Harrison Maps. ISBN 978-1-877689-98-7

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