off roading in the High Sierra

Pavement – Shmavement – Off Roading In The High Sierra

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As Doc Brown from Back to the Future once said, “Roads?!? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads!!!” What we mean is get off the asphalt covered highways and explore some of the established dirt trails. While the wintry mountain tops are covered in a white blanket of snow, it’s also a great time to […]

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Ice Skating In The High Sierra

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With the sun deep in the southern horizon and a chill in the air, it’s time to lace up those skates. Ice skates that is. The High Sierra has plenty of options both indoor and outdoor where you can strap on a pair of blades and hit a frozen rink. Here’s just a few of […]

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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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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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Three Awesome Ideas To Spend New Year’s In The High Sierra

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Visiting the mountains any time of year is cause for celebration, but New Year’s brings it up a notch. Groovy celebrations, eye-catching fireworks displays and record-setting parades welcome any that make the journey. Here’s three New Year’s celebrations in the High Sierra to consider when planning your 2018-19 festivities. Boogie & Groove Your Way Into […]

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Great Winter Hikes In The High Sierra

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Now that the snow has arrived, many of us are thinking about skiing, snowshoeing or possibly cross-country skiing. Something that’s often overlooked are winter hikes in the High Sierra. This majestic time of year offers you full rivers, roaring falls, few people and more solitude & slow-down time. So, if you’re on the “fence” this […]

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Snowshoe in the High Sierra

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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Four Hidden High Sierra Ski Resorts You May Not Know About

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The High Sierra is known for its legendary powder and star-studded resorts but you don’t have to hit the “big boys” to experience all the fun. Instead, why not explore these four hidden High Sierra ski resorts stashed right under your nose? You’ll have all the fun without the crowds. June Mountain Learn more about […]

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Christmas Festivals In The High Sierra

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For those feeling a bit like Mr. Scrooge or the Grinch, it might be high-time you checked out one of the many Christmas festivals in the High Sierra. These get-togethers are a great way to put you in the right cheer for the upcoming holidays. Heck, since the 1880’s, Christmas parades have been used as […]

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