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South McCullough Wilderness

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Recreational Opportunities

The South McCullough Wilderness provides a unique and beautiful backdrop for hiking, hunting, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and camping. Backcountry permits are not required. Camping is limited to a total of 14 days in one location, and no more than 90 days total within any consecutive 12-month period. Hunting and trapping is allowed with proper licensing.

There are three designated trails in the South McCullough Wilderness: 1) McCullough Trail, 8.1 miles (McClanahan Spring to Railroad Spring); 2) Lucy Gray Trail, 6.7 miles (Jean Lake corral to McCullough Trail); and 3) Blackbrush Trail, 4.3 miles (Lucy Gray Trail to McCullough Trail). Note that horse travel is limited to designated trails and washes.

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