Lake & River Cruises In The High Sierra

Lake & River Cruises In The High Sierra

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Being the first mountain range in North America means massive storms pummel the peaks of the Sierra Nevada in the winter. In the summer, this DEEP snowpack feeds the rivers & lakes, leading to many opportunities to raft a rapid-filled river or coast a tranquil lake. Here’s a few of the best lake & river […]

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gold panning California Gold Rush

Release Your Inner “49er” & Experience Your Own California Gold Rush In The High Sierra

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Discovery of gold in 1848 sparked the largest mass migration in U.S. history, with more than 300,000 pioneers heading west. The effects of the California Gold Rush were substantial, helping lead California into statehood in 1850. Although the gun fights of yesteryear & raucous boomtowns are long gone, you still have an opportunity to stake […]

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Bass Lake Fishing Derby

Best Fishing Derby In The High Sierra

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Tradition. Be it an annual summer trip to the mountains or opening day to fishing season in the High Sierra, it’s a way to add some spice into our daily routines. For those who enjoy the activity of fishing and want to kick up their traditions a notch, here’s not just the best fishing derby […]

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Four Cycling Adventures in the High Sierra

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Mark Twain once said “Learn to ride a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live.” And honestly, there’s a lot of truth to this statement. There’s a sense of freedom that comes along with riding a bicycle. From mountain biking to road cycling, each one provides a different aspect to the sport that […]

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Webber Lake High Sierra Lake Fishing

Come Back With A Legendary Fish Tale

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While certain sports or activities require becoming an expert to enjoy, fishing isn’t one of them. One pole, one net and one tackle box is enough to make an outing well worth it. It’s an easy way to get into the great outdoors and become one with nature while doing something at the same time. […]

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Calaveras Frog Jumping Contest

3 Amazing Bucket List Festivals In The High Sierra

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The sun is shining brightly, and the snow is beginning to melt. It’s definitely spring and that means festival season is starting to ramp up! This year, why not skip the more obvious events and hit up a one-of-a-kind, bucket list festival instead? Here’s three festivals in the High Sierra you should plan on checking […]

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Independence Lake

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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Parker Lake Fishing in Mono County

Merry Fishmas – Trout Fishing Season in the High Sierra is Upon Us

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Wildflowers are sprouting and the water is running deep in creeks and streams which means only one thing. Fishing Season is upon us! This is your chance to catch trout like the steelhead or salmon in one of the many lakes, rivers and other bodies of water that exist. Here’s just an intro of our […]

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Sequoia National Park Tunnel Log Driving

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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