GENERAL POLICIES & PRICES
Whether it is a one-way spot trip or a round trip spot trip it is the very best way to enjoy the backcountry. Your party will be vectored into a predetermined camp site, depending on the goals of your trip; fishing, photography, mountain climbing, painting or just setting up a base camp to day hike. We have the place that would fulfill your needs.
The price for your trip is figured on a per animal per day basis (a one way trip is one day rate, a round trip is times two), it will depend on how many animals are needed for your trip. You can either hike or ride one of our incredible riding mules (we call the riding mules Sierra Cadillac’s). We ride and pack all Mules here at Bishop Pack Outfitters!
Number of Persons / Number of Allowable pack animals
2 & 3 2
5 & 6 4
8 & 9 6
One Way Spot Trip ‘Backpacker Special”:
This is a popular way to visit the backcountry and economical way in get into the wilderness. We limit 2 back packs per pack mule. We will (we are required to) get your Wilderness Permits for the duration of your trip.
Two Way Spot Trips:
We will pack your party into a base camp location for your stay in the John Muir Wilderness. The options could be ride in hike out, or ride both ways, or hike both ways. (You might get in and have a change, just tell the guide that you want to ride or hike out, we are usually pretty flexible). The charge is for what ever leaves the pack station.
Trips Hutchinson Meadow or to Honeymoon Lakes:
These are 2 day trips for us. We take you and your group in and come out the next day, or we leave the day before to pick you up. Based on Two Way Spot Trip Rates times Two.
Continuous Hire or Trekking Trips:
This is where the packer (guide) remains with you for the entire duration of your trip. We can help you with the itineraries for any length of trip. Our favored excursion is the Evolution Valley Loop, (North Lake to South Lake, 7 day trip). Ask us for details.
*There is stock trucking charge, it depends on where we start and finish.
“There is no charge for Packers own mules and you do not have to feed the Packer, because a lot of the time the Packer can not camp with you, he or she has to go where they can camp with the stock”.
Experience our guided High Country Trail Rides.
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