HIKING WITH PACK STOCK -- 2018
Please visit the Rock Creek Pack Station web page Hiking With Pack Stock for information on scheduled trips, pricing and more information.
Custom Private Trips
We often have groups willing to add hikers to their private trips.
This is mountain travel for the hiker who wants to enjoy the wilderness for longer than his or her back can carry
the needed supplies! We prepare your food and packers break camp and move the gear to a pre-arranged spot
each day. Guests may bring 30 lbs of personal gear (includes sleeping bag) and we provide the tents,
toilet, camp chairs, tables, meals and staff for your travel in the wilderness. Join other hikers on
open hiking trips or form your own group for an all-inclusive private custom trip. We provide sample
menus and itineraries for your approval.
We can help you create a personal route, custom menu and ideal wilderness adventure. Call or email us to discuss your schedule and preferred itinerary.
Let us put together an custom hiking trip that fits your schedule and interests, and allows you to meet and hike with others.
Pricing for all-inclusive private custom trip is shown in the table below.
|Per person per day
Please note, the following fees are per person:
$15.00 monitoring fee, $5 wilderness permit reservation fee,
3% outfitters fee.
|9 to 12 persons
|5 to 8 persons
Call us TODAY at (760)937-0326 for a quick response to your questions.
You can email us, also.
Last Updated: June 16, 2018
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Virginia Lakes Pack Outfit provides all of its trips as a permitee of the Toiyabe National Forest and Yosemite National Park.
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