It takes a lot of work to get to Bearpaw but it is very much worth the journey. It's a long walk with wildflowers and ferns along the trail, and there is a 600' climb in the last mile. But when you finally walk into camp the Great Western Divide is there in your face and a hot shower awaits.
There is nothing bad I can say about the staff. They did their jobs with skill and with smiles. All were friendly and helpful and appeared to love what they were doing and where they were.
The food is very good and there is plenty of it. The beds, while basic, are just fine and the tent cabins go well with the environment of the Sierra. Down comforters were provided and with the weather we had last week were almost too warm (there are also a couple of spare blankets per person in each cabin).
The worst part: having to leave after our 3 nights were over.
- Also Known As:
- Bearpaw High Sierra Camp Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park