TWO RIVERS RESESRVE
Two miles north of the Sonora Pass turnoff on Highway 395 in the Eastern Sierra, the Little Walker River merges with the famous brown-trout-laden West Walker River on 150 acres that stretch along a mile and a half of river frontage. This new preserve, nestled amid sierra-juniper-dotted hills, abuts the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest on the north and west as well as private parcels that may be available for future preserve expansion. Like so many of the magnificent landscapes that The Wildlands Conservancy has rescued from development over the past twenty years, this property was proposed for a trophy home subdivision. Next summer, our rangers will remove the barbed wire fencing, opening these glistening rivers to trout fishing, picnicking and photography.