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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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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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Halloween in the High Sierra

Spook-tacular Fun For Halloween In The High Sierra

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Want to make the most of the upcoming Halloween season? Instead of knocking the dust off your costume & buying candy, why not be a brave soul and plan a getaway! Here’s an assortment of ways you can enjoy this Halloween in the High Sierra. Freaker’s Ball Learn more about the Freaker’s Ball happening on […]

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The Secret Season – Have Fun & Exercise Too

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Divisions of the year are typically marked by weather patterns, but in the High Sierra, there’s a “fifth” season that only locals and those in-the-know talk about. It’s known as The Secret Season. A time of year when its still warm, like summer during the day but cool in the evenings. An occasion for the […]

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Head Off The Beaten Path For A Wine Tasting Adventure In The High Sierra

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Fall is harvest time for wines all across California. A special time of year with good reason to celebrate. And, it’s a great way to commemorate an anniversary, a birthday or even just plan a romantic getaway by doing some wine tasting in the High Sierra. Mariposa The worst part of wine tasting is typically […]

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