I secured a wilderness pass from Porcupine Creek TH. I am fit and carrying about 27 lbs fully loaded, altitude does not posses issues as my backyard is a 9K ft mountain that I hike on during the weekend. Anyway, I would really like to see the Little Yosemite Valley, east of the visitor center. I read the rule about staying in the wilderness until your trip is over, or risk violation. It looks as if I can take the Porcupine Creek trail south towards Mt. Watkins then southwest around Half Dome and get to the trail. But is this violating that rule? It is not clear to me as I will be on trails the whole time. Otherwise, can I take the Porcupine trail south and then northeast towards Olmstead Pt. go down around Sunrise, Clouds Rest and exit at the LYV trailhead? One way or another, I would like to get to this part of the park. Side note: Vogelsang is also a spot I would like to see, but is that too ambitious from Porcupine Creek?