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Joe Crane Lake - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Joe Crane Lake, California, USA

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About Joe Crane Lake

Joe Crane Lake is a lake inside of Ansel Adams Wilderness. It is one of the beautiful lakes in the forest and is famous for fishing and also trekiing is possible here.


Attractions Near Joe Crane Lake

Sierra National Forest
Sierra National Forest7.97km from Joe Crane Lake

Sierra National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located on the western slope of central Sierra Nevada in Central California and bounded on the northwest by Yosemite National Park and the south by Kings Canyon National Park. The forest is known for its mountain scenery and beautiful lakes. Forest headquarters are located in Clovis, California. There are local ranger district offices in North Fork and Prather.

Lillian Lake
Lillian Lake8.27km from Joe Crane Lake

A beautiful lake which is situated in the middle of forest and mountains and is famous for fishing and also for swimming. you can have a good trek for reaching here and also there are so many other leisure opportunities too.

Red Peak
Red Peak8.38km from Joe Crane Lake

Red Peak is an 11,699-foot-elevation mountain summit located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is the second-highest peak in the Clark Range, which is a subset of the Sierra Nevada. A good trekking destination and also there are so many things to see and do here.

Mount Ansel Adams
Mount Ansel Adams8.57km from Joe Crane Lake

Mount Ansel Adams is a peak in the Sierra Nevada of California. At an elevation of 11,766 ft. the summit is in Yosemite National Park near the park's eastern boundary. It lies 0.8 miles northeast of Foerster Peak and 1.3 miles west-southwest of Electra Peak[2] at the head of the Lyell Fork of the Merced River. It was named in 1985 for Ansel Adams, the preeminent landscape photographer, conservationist, and member of the Board of Directors of the Sierra Club, a role he maintained for 37 years.

Red Peak
Red Peak8.93km from Joe Crane Lake

A majestic mountain summit at an elevation of 11,699-foot. It second-highest peak in the Clark Range, which is a subset of the Sierra Nevada. This geographical feature's brilliant color is caused by iron-bearing minerals weathered to an iron rust which colors the granite. A good trekking destination and also a beautiful view point.

Norris Trailhead
Norris Trailhead10.93km from Joe Crane Lake

The Norris Lake trail is 3.0 miles long. It begins at Norris Trailhead and ends at Jackass Lake 24e05. The trail is open for the following uses: Hiking, for over night stays in the wilderness a wilderness permit is required.This trail is a little bit longer than the Jackass Trail but is more of a moderate hike. Stay left oon the trail for about two miles to reach Norris Lake.

Where is Joe Crane Lake

Discover More Attractions in Madera County, Where Joe Crane Lake Is Located

Madera County
Madera County
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Madera is the Spanish term for wood. The county derives its name from the town of Madera, named when the California Lumber Company built a log flume to carry lumber to the Central Pacific Railroad there in 1876.

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