01 - Hoover Wilderness Rock Climbing
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The Hoover has relatively little timber throughout much of its steep terrain. Its forests are composed of scattered groves of hemlock, pine, aspen, and cottonwood. Diverse wildflowers spread over the intermittent meadows found here and black bears are common.
Hoover is home to the spectacular Flatiron Butte.
A wilderness permit is required for all overnight trips into the Hoover Wilderness. Trail quotas are in effect from the last Friday in June through September 15.
Permits are issued by the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and Inyo National Forest; the Inyo manages the southern tip accessible from Tioga Pass along Hwy 120, and Mono Lake, while the majority of the wilderness is managed by the Humbolt-Toiyabe. NOTE: Inyo also issues permits for trails to Lundy and Lakes Canyons accessed from the Mono Lake area. H-TNF issues permits for Twin Lakes and north.
HUMBODLT-TOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST
If you plan to enter the wilderness through the Humboldt-Toiyabe, permits are available at the Bridgeport Visitor Center or by mail from March 1 through three weeks prior to the first day of you trip. The rest of the year permits are issued by self-registration at the Bridgeport ranger station - see sidebar for additional Forest Service website links.
INYO NATIONAL FOREST
For entering on the Inyo, permits are available here.
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