About US


Contact Frontier Pack Train
Toll Free(888) 437-MULE
Kent Dohnel's Cell 760-937-0637

FrontierPackTrain@gmail.com

 Summer Address - June Lake, California

Toll Free(888) 437-MULE
(760) 648-7701
PO Box 656 June Lake, CA 93529

Winter Address
- Bishop, California
 Toll Free (888) 437-MULE
Land Line (760) 872-4038

2095 Van Loon, Bishop, CA 93514

If you have comments or questions, or would like to request a color brochure, or want to make reservations, please contact us at (888) 437-MULE (toll-free) or email us at frontierpacktrain@gmail.com . 
About FRONTIER PACK TRAIN: Let us take you to some of nature's finest vacation spots in the Sierra, whether you want to hike or go by horseback, fish or lay in the sun, we will provide you with a first-class experience you are sure never to forget. Kent has over 35 years of packing experience in the Sierras. Our staff of women and men wranglers, cooks and assistants are some of the most experienced and personable that you will meet at any packing operation.

The Dohnels will personally attend to the details of safety and hospitality that can make the difference between a mediocre trip and one that will be remembered for a long time. All trips are full service, designed to fit your personal needs and interests. A full camp is set up each evening with latrines and tents and a back country kitchen for good old fashioned cooking. We match you up with gentle, well mannered horses suited to your riding ability, beginner or expert.

We are licensed guides in the state of California. 

Reservation Policy

• Complete reservation form and send $200 non-refundable deposit to hold reservations

• Registration forms and Safety Hat forms should be completed and submitted with payment.  (visit Reservations page for forms and details.)

• Full payment due 30 days prior to starting date. Non-refundable.

• Deposits apply only to that season's trips.

• All rates are subject to a 2% U.S. Forest Service fee plus a $5.00 Forest Service reservation Fee.


Refund Policy

• Itineraries subject to unforeseen trail or weather conditions or packer discretion


Other Policies

• Riders over 240 lbs or who are heavy for their height need approval by pack station

• Minimum age is 6 years old

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Lori Ann Sanders,
Oct 1, 2012, 1:53 PM
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Lori Ann Sanders,
Oct 1, 2012, 1:53 PM
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Lori Ann Sanders,
Oct 1, 2012, 1:53 PM