- This trail to Mono Pass begins in Dana Meadows along Tioga Road. The trailhead consists of a parking area on the south side of the road approximately a mile and a half west from Tioga Pass. The trail follows a path established by Native Americans, that was later used for mining activity. Cabins in various stages of decline represent the mining era of the late nineteenth century. Near the pass are five reconstructed cabins in the midst of other mining debris.
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