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HikeEnthusiast55

How long can you hike in the parking lot next to hogback?

Can it be left overnight, for instance, for a long distance hike
mattmaxon

what hogback?
anarchist

Hogsback near Whitney? Yes is the answer for almost all trailheads in the Sierra.
HikeEnthusiast55

anarchist wrote:
Hogsback near Whitney? Yes is the answer for almost all trailheads in the Sierra.


Maybe I should have said the barret-stoddard area

3413'21.34"N 11740'3.50"W
tekewin

AFAIK, you can park there as long as you like. I would display an Adventure Pass if you have one. The Adventure Pass requirement is somewhat murky now after a court ruling.
HikeEnthusiast55

tekewin wrote:
AFAIK, you can park there as long as you like. I would display an Adventure Pass if you have one. The Adventure Pass requirement is somewhat murky now after a court ruling.


Wow!

Care to elaborate?

How risky is it NOT to have a pass, exactly?
tekewin

I am not a lawyer, but here is the LA Times article on it.

http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op...pay-bathrooms-20140509-story.html

I've read interpretations that as long you don't use facilities like bathrooms, picnic tables, etc, you don't need a pass. I still display mine whenever there is any doubt.
mattmaxon

There is no murk...

If you're just hiking no parking permit is required.

I'd be more concerned my vehicle would be burglarized or have parts stolen than and thing else
HikeEnthusiast55

mattmaxon wrote:
There is no murk...

If you're just hiking no parking permit is required.

I'd be more concerned my vehicle would be burglarized or have parts stolen than and thing else


What about if you left it overnight? still fine?
Taco

The parking lot for Barrett-Stoddard off Baldy Road isn't real safe. Lotta window breaking and thing-stealing goes on there. I'll never park there again.
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