Woodfords is an unincorporated community in Alpine County near Markleeville. It became the remount station for the Pony Express in 1820 and is now a California Historical Landmark. High in the Sierra Nevada along the eastern edge of California, Alpine County is sparsely populated. In 1844, John C. Fremont’s expedition, accompanied by Kit Carson, passed through the area and over today’s Carson Pass on Highway 88.
Surrounded by the beautiful Carson Range, there are plenty of activities to enjoy. The Carson River runs through Woodfords and people come from all over to enjoy the abundant fishing, hiking trails, camping, exploring old mines, and just relaxing in the mountainous surroundings.
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