Hite Cove Trail

Hite Cove Trail

The Hite Cove trail is a 3.5-mile (one way) hike along the South Fork of the Merced River is spectacular in early spring, when nearly 60 varieties of wildflowers can be found. Many consider this the one of the best easy wildflower walks in the Sierra. The trailhead is at Savage’s Trading Post on Highway 140, eight miles west of El Portal.

Restrooms and water can be found at the trail head and camping is allowed at the cove. Dogs need to be leashed at all times.

Note that the first 3/4 mile of the trail passes through private land, so please be respectful.

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