The HWY 108 Corridor in California, better known as Sonora Pass is an exhilarating travel route across the Sierra from typically Mid May until the first real snowfall of the season in the fall. However, recreation is an all season opportunity on the Sonora Scenic Hwy. From hiking, camping & fishing, to skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing, Sonora will invite family recreation and hard core physically challenging adventures.
The Below list of location and links will help you plan your next visit.
Popular destinations include Leavitt Meadows on the Eastside and Pinecrest Lake on the Western side of the mountain and The PCT Crossover on top of the pass. One of Sierra Recs top tips for Sonora Pass, Pull over often and just listen, there are water features all over the place. Horseback riding out of Leavitt’s Meadow is an incredible day trip and hiking to the various back-country lakes in the Hoover Wilderness is always a great trip.
Recreation areas with activity Backpacking:
Recreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
The Leavitt Meadows Trail Access also provides great day hike and backpack fishing trips
Day Trip Fishing at:
Recreation areas with activity OHV Trail Riding:
Recreation areas with activity OHV Road Riding: