• Mount Muir

    Named in honor of John Muir, founder of the Sierra Club, Mount Muir is a peak in the Sierra Nevada of California, less than a mile south of Mount Whitney.

  • Lee Vining, CA

    Lee Vining is minutes away from Tioga Pass and Yosemite National Park, Mono Lake, Bodie (the official state ghost town), and Mammoth Lakes.

  • Alabama Hills

    The Alabama Hills are a range of hills and rock formations near the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada in the Owens Valley, west of Lone Pine, CA.

  • Bishop, CA

    Located between the Sierra Nevada mountains to the West, and the White Mountains to the East, Bishop is home to stunning scenery and outdoor recreation.

  • Rock Creek SNO-PARK

    Rock Creek SNO-PARK, located on the west side of Highway 395 at Rock Creek Road, provides access for cross-county skiing, dog sledding, and snow play. No snowmobiles.

  • Alturas, CA

    Alturas, California is a small (2.5 square miles) city near the Oregon border, Modoc National forest, and the Modoc National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Mount Whitney

    The highest summit in the contiguous United States, Mt Whitney welcomes adventurers from far and wide. As long as you have a permit.

  • Tioga Pass

    With dramatic and expansive views, Tioga Pass is a beautiful entrance to the eastern section of Yosemite National Park. Closes seasonally due to snow.

  • Travertine Hot Springs

    Travertine Hot Springs are a little rugged, but so worth a stop to soothe muscles tired from backpacking or skiing all weekend. This clothing optional, popular spot can fill up quickly, but you can usually find a pool to share.

  • Bridgeport

    Bridgeport, CA is surrounded by pristine lakes, rivers, streams and hot springs, and offers travelers a range of amenities and lodging options.