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Curl Up In These Cozy Accommodations In The High Sierra

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There isn’t a better way to describe the High Sierra than by simply calling it a natural playground. A place that re-kindles the inner child in all of us. From the biggest trees in the world to massive brooding peaks that seem to scrape the sky. And once the adventure is done, you’ll need to […]

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Why Fall Is The Most Romantic Season In The High Sierra

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In the High Sierra, it’s not difficult to see why fall is the most romantic season. Winter is about schussing down the slopes or snowshoeing. Summer, you want to get outside and explore the great outdoors via hiking or biking. But in the fall, the High Sierra lets out a big collective sigh and pauses […]

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Glamping In The High Sierra

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Glamping. The concept is simple… surround yourself with nature while still enjoying the comforts and luxury of modern-day life. For some that might be not enough “nature”, but for others, it’s the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s three of our favorite glamping locations in the High Sierra. AutoCamp Yosemite You’ve seen the […]

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Majestic Mountain Loop – A Cool Option For A Long Weekend In The High Sierra

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The bloom of spring is slowly transitioning into the warmth and sunshine of summer. What this means is it’s almost road trip time! A time for families and friends to explore nature up close and personal. The question is where? The obvious answer is Yosemite National Park but why not explore a bit further with […]

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Scenic Wildflower Hiking Opportunities In The California High Sierra

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Spring is a time for rebirth in the California High Sierra. The snow begins to recede to the higher elevations and the sun angle becomes more pronounced. The foothills transition from earthy brown tones to the bright cheery crayons of spring. It also means High Sierra wildflowers season is upon us! Here are just a […]

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