Inyo National
Forest

Inyo National Forest is a United States National Forest covering parts of the eastern Sierra Nevada of California and the White Mountains of California and Nevada. The forest hosts several superlatives, including Mount Whitney, the highest point in the Contiguous United States; Boundary Peak, highest point in Nevada; and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest that protects the oldest trees in the wor…
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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An exceptionally beautiful route for day hiking or backpacking, this trek along …
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If you want to glimpse fall color, but you are also looking for an epic adventur…
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Big Pine Lakes - beautiful glacial lakes on the east side of the Sierra Nevada m…
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Onion Valley, Kearsarge Pass, Mt Gould and Golden Trout Lake - 8.5 mile loop hik…
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The Sierra Nevada hosts some of California’s most jaw-dropping scenery and as yo…
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If you think sparkling aquamarine lakes and shimmering frosted peaks are the stu…
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Craving postcard-worthy Sierra views, but don’t have the time (or perhaps, the i…
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Just outside the town of Bishop is a gorgeous canyon filled with alpine lakes, j…
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Mono Lake, east California - an unusual, ancient, alkaline lake near Lee Vining …
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The Sherwin Lakes are a pair of subalpine lakes on the southern rim of the Long …
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An under 6-mile trail in Devil’s Postpile National Monument. This is spectacular…
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Tucked into a magnificent granite bowl in the shadow of towering Mt. Morrison, c…
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The Eastern Sierra is a supremely photogenic region of California no matter what…
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If you’re looking to take a leisurely stroll along the shores of a lake past glo…
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Whenever I embark on a discussion about the merits and demerits of the Southern …
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