Mono Lake Best spots for a sunset in the High Sierra

Best Spots To Catch A Sunrise Or Sunset In The High Sierra

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Carpe Diem! Nothing showcases this Latin adage more than enjoying the moment the sun comes up or sets. It’s nature’s ultimate canvas, painting the sky with atomic tangerines, fiery reds, and flaxen yellows. To make sure you don’t miss out, here’s some of the best spots to catch a sunrise or sunset in the High […]

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4 Hidden Gems In The High Sierra To Visit In The Summer

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Considering that people have been flocking to the High Sierra & its surrounding area since the turn of the 20th century, it’s impressive that there’s still so many lesser-known ways to enjoy the region. Here’s a few great examples of hidden gems in the High Sierra to visit this summer. Bennet Juniper Estimated at 3,000 […]

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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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Most Scenic Lakes In The High Sierra

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The snow is beginning to melt quickly and soon spring will transition into summer. There’s nothing more symbolic in late spring or early summer than visiting one of the “great lakes” in the Sierra Nevada. Here’s some of the most scenic lakes in the High Sierra that you may not have heard of. Convict Lake […]

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4 Unique & Wonderful Things To Not Miss In The High Sierra

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Looking for things to do on your next vacation in the Sierra Nevada? From the largest gold leaf nugget in the world, to the iconic falls that Ansel Adams made famous, here’s four weird & wonderful things you won’t want to not miss in the High Sierra. The Classic “Fall” In All Those Pictures Of […]

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Winter Guided Tours In The High Sierra

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America’s cathedrals aren’t of the man-made kind. They’re created from the natural beauty found in places like the Sierra Nevada. From the roaring waterfalls to the largest trees in the world, the High Sierra is filled with wonder and found nowhere else in the world. While summer is a great time to visit, these winter […]

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Four Mountain Peaks To See In The High Sierra

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In Spanish, Sierra Nevada means snowy saw range. You can see these mountains are beautiful any time of year, but they’re especially gorgeous when covered in snow. At over 400 miles in length, there are a vast assortment of mountains to summit along its topography. Here’s just four of our favorite mountain peaks to see […]

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There’s Gold In Them Thar Hills… State Parks Of The High Sierra Offer Priceless Experiences

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Gold and silver run deep in the veins of California. This resource helped fuel the economy in the 1800’s, but as a consequence, this natural bounty of ore mined and lumber felled at an alarming rate cleared entire mountainsides. Many thought these resources would never end, but a few saw differently. This is when the […]

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3 Lesser Known Attractions In The High Sierra

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In an earlier article, we named four natural attractions that should be on anyone’s bucket list. But… what about taking the road less traveled? Well, here’s 3 lesser known attractions in the High Sierra that may not get the spotlight but are just as amazing to see in person. Globe Rock Learn more about Globe […]

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