• Mount Sill

    With a summit of 14,159 ft (4,316 m), Mount Sill is one of the fourteeners of the Sierra Nevada in California, with striking views of Kings Canyon National Park and John Muir Wilderness.

  • Mount Williamson

    Mount Williamson, at 14,379 feet (4,383 m), is the second highest mountain in the Sierra Nevada, and the sixth highest peak in the contiguous United States.

  • North Palisade

    North Palisade is the third highest mountain in the Sierra Nevada range of California, and the highest peak of the Palisades group of peaks.

  • Middle Palisade

    Middle Palisade is a peak in the Palisades group, part of the central Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is the twelfth highest peak in California.

  • Lone Pine, CA

    Lone Pine offers various outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, fishing and biking, as well as some of the most beautiful vistas and landscapes.

  • 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.

  • The Buttermilks

    For bouldering in the Eastern Sierra, it is tough to beat the scenic and awe-inspiring Buttermilks near Bishop, California. These massive glacial erratic boulders in the Sierra Nevada foothills have been a destination for bouldering enthusiasts for years, and are home to iconic problems such as The Mandala, Evilution, Saigon, and High Read more [...]

  • Eastside Sports

    Eastside Sports offers a huge selection of gear, including equipment for backpacking, climbing, mountaineering, trail running, and other outdoor sports, and they rent backpacks, bouldering pads, sleeping bags, tents and pads, and other items.

  • Mammoth Brewing Company

    Mammoth Brewing Co. has been brewing award-winning beers since 1995. The brewery, tasting room and beer garden are an easy walk from The Village. We are fans of the Double Nut Brown and the Epic IPA, but see what's on tap and choose your own favorite(s).

  • Ebbetts Pass

    A California Historical Landmark, Ebbetts Pass is a high mountain pass through the Sierra Nevada range in Alpine County, California.

  • Owens Valley

    One of the deepest valleys in the United States, Owens Valley is the arid valley of the Owens River in eastern California, to the east of the Sierra Nevada.

  • Red Slate Mountain

    Red Slate Mountain is the second highest peak in the Mammoth Lakes area of the Sierra Nevada (after Mount Ritter), and is only recommended for experienced adventurers.

  • White Mountain Peak

    White Mountain Peak (or simply White Mountain), at 14,252-foot (4344.0 m), is the third highest peak in California after Mount Whitney and Mount Williamson.

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