Pick up at Triple Crown Outfitters in Kennedy Meadows south: Customer is responsible to return to Kennedy Meadows Resort (i.e. “Kennedy Meadows north”) or mail back to Triple Crown Outfitters.
Deposit: Rental requires an additional $60 deposit. Deposit will be refunded if canister is returned clean and with lid tabs intact to Kennedy Meadows Resort or Triple Crown Outfitters.
Rental period: You may keep the canister for a maximum of 6 weeks. That is plenty of time for northbound hikers to travel from Kennedy Meadows south to Sonora Pass or Echo Lake.
Estimated pickup date: We understand that your ETA is truly estimated. A canister will be held for you for one week before and one week after your ETA. If your pick up date will be more than one week from your ETA, you must contact us: email@example.com
Use this shipping address:
Hiker’s Legal Name
c/o Triple Crown Outfitters
98837 Kennedy Meadows Road
Inyokern, CA 93527
International hikers with non-USA credit card: Use your correct billing address, but use California as the billing state and 93527 as the billing zip code.
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