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Red’s Meadow Resort

  • Central California
  • 37° 36'53.48"N 119° 4'29.61"W
  • 1 miles
  • Approximately 903 trail miles
  • No

Mailing Address

Your Name Here
C/O Red's Meadow Resort
P.O. Box 395
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Camp Stove Fuels

  • White Gas
  • Isobutane-Propane
  • Alcohol

Other Info

Red's Meadow Resort charges a service fee for their package holding service and you must fill out this form and mail it in separately. Click here for directions to Red's Meadow Resort. There are regular buses into Mammoth Lakes for your convience (for a fee of $7).

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Gorilla Ultralight Backpack - Gear Guide for Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

Are you all set on gear for the Pacific Crest Trail? Check out our Ultimate Gear Guide for the PCT ->