5 Ways To Find Serenity In The High Sierra

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You set your out of office in your email. Hop into the car and rush out of the city. This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. To escape the daily routine and find some peace and quiet. The question is where? The answer as John Muir noted is “The Mountains.” Here’s five guaranteed ways […]

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Solo Adventures

The Most Epic Solo Adventures In The High Sierra

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In recent years, the #1 trend for travel is solo travel. How come? For starters, anyone that’s been on vacation knows we all end up doing things on our time off that we really didn’t want to. It’s great to travel with family to create memories. Or spend some time with your best friend, but […]

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June mountain snowboarding views of California Alps on a winter day

5 High Sierra Bucket List Items To Do This Winter

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It should come as no surprise that the Sierra Nevada is perfection when it comes to winter weather. At the higher elevations, we get copious amounts of snow, but it statistically falls on only 50 days per year. That means you can have a snow-cation AND enjoy the sun. Talk about a win-win! For those […]

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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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Bristlecone Pine Forest

The 7 Wonders Of The High Sierra

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Rugged good looks aren’t just a Hollywood celebrity asset… it’s also a way to describe California’s High Sierra. Home to the deepest canyon in North America to the tallest peak in the lower 48, this region is a must see for anyone coming to California. Here’s a look at what we consider the 7 Wonders […]

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Bridalveil Fall Cathedral Rocks in Yosemite National Park Quintessential High Sierra

4 Quintessential High Sierra Experiences You Can Enjoy Any Time Of Year

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The Sierra Nevada embraces all four seasons – deeply. Each month of the calendar provides unique things to see and do that aren’t available any other time of year. Autumn? It’s all about the leaf peeping. Winter? Enjoy playing in the snow from schussing down the slopes to snowshoeing. Spring? Wildflowers are in full bloom. […]

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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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Peak Bagging Opportunities For the 1st Timer In The High Sierra!

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Is your hiking fun stuck in a rut? A little lackadaisical? Need some pep in your step? Then consider doing some Peak Bagging in the High Sierra! Here’s a fun list of peak bagging opportunities for the first timer in the High Sierra.    What’s Peak Bagging? The idea is simple… hikers, climbers, or mountaineers […]

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