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Bdubs

Wilderness Permits at Muir?

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I am planning on doing a training hike up to Muir pretty soon, and maybe want to camp there for a night. I know I only need to get a wilderness permit since I'm not climbing past Muir, but are these permits limited? Or do I just show up to the RS in Longmire and get one?

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If you want to go on a weekday, there's a good chance you won't have a problem but yes it is limited. If you want to go on a weekend, I've had reservations rejected even a month in advance for Muir in peak season on a weekend.

 

You can usually get a permit for Muir Snowfield which ends something like 1000 feet below Camp Muir, nobody wants to be there but it could be ideal for a training hike, might even be more pleasant than Muir since you wouldn't be with hundreds of climbers making noise all night.

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