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Step Your Way Into Snowshoeing Hikes In The High Sierra

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If there’s snow on the ground, does that mean hiking season is postponed in the upper parts of the Sierra? Absolutely not! All you need to do is strap on a pair of snowshoes, and you can enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s a list of five amazing snowshoeing hikes in the High Sierra. Spooner Lake […]

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Be Your Own Locomotive & Try Cross Country Skiing In The High Sierra

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In North America, downhill skiing & snowboarding gets all the fame with the likes of Shaun White & Lindsey Vonn showcasing these sports. Cross-country skiing however, offers everyone a chance to revel in the peace & tranquility of the wintry landscape that is the Sierra Nevada. To help you enjoy this time-tested winter sport during […]

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Outdoor Adventures In California High Sierra With Elbow Room

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It’s been proven that outdoor activities whether it be a stroll or a strenuous endeavor will help reduce stress levels and refresh the soul. One thing’s for certain… there will be snow on the mountains and opportunities to create memories that will last a lifetime. Here’s a few outdoor adventures in California to try this […]

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4 Reasons You Need To Visit The High Sierra In The Winter

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The High Sierra is a land of contrasts. Striking any time of year you visit, winter’s blanket of snow transforms the region into a magical winter wonderland. Don’t just hibernate this winter, grumbling about the weather. Instead, here’s 4 reasons you need to visit the High Sierra in the winter. Snow… LOTS OF IT Being […]

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Snowshoe In The High Sierra – 3 One-Of-A-Kind Adventures

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Fresh snow has arrived this early season, as 50 inches or more have fallen over many parts of the High Sierra. If you aren’t a big-time skier or snowboarder, does that mean this area is off-limits to you? No way! If you can hike, then you can definitely snowshoe. Here’s just a small selection of […]

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