Tag: Inyo National Forest

Devils Postpile Loop & Minaret Falls

Devils Postpile Minaret Falls

Last time we visited Mammoth Lakes, we decided to check out Devils Postpile National Monument. The Devils Postpile formation is a geologic wonder and as you know, I love cool rocks. You will have options to extend the Devils Postpile Loop hike by adding Rainbow Falls and/or Minaret Falls. We added Minaret Falls to ours. We

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Lake Sabrina To Blue Lake

Lake Sabrina to Blue Lake

When we arrived in the Eastern Sierra at the end of September, I thought it was probably too early for the fall colors. Little did I know Lake Sabrina near Bishop, CA had a wonderful surprise waiting for me. First, we stopped at Looney Beans in town for breakfast. I like this little coffee shop

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Duck Lake Pass

Duck Lake Pass

This is another hike we did during our recent trip to Convict Lake. I am going to skip the detailed hiking guide in this post. Please read this if you need a hiking guide. Mammoth Lakes is 314 miles north of Los Angeles. We explored this trail back in July 2017. It was a particularly

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Big Pine Lakes

Since my camping trip to Eastern Sierra this summer, I’ve been wanting to go back to Big Pine to finish the hike we started but never finished. I made an overnight trip plan with my sister to do this hike together in September. Bishop is located 266.6 miles (428.9 km) north of Los Angeles. We arrived at

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Skelton, Barney and Duck

Barney Lake

Those are the names of the lakes we visited on this hike.  …Continuing from our last post Inyo National Forest Camping Trip – Part 2 I finally fell asleep after 12:30 AM. That was the last time I checked the time. I woke up a few times thinking I thought I heard a noise then drifted

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Plans Are Nice To Have

but it doesn’t always have to go as planned.  …Continuing from our last post Inyo National Forest Camping Trip – Part 1 When I got to the hotel room and realized that I forgot to bring Xena’s food, I felt horrible. It was one of the first things I laid out when I started packing. So what

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Bear Bear Go Away Bear

There are two animals I never want to run into when I am in the wilderness. Bears and mountain lions. I was super stoked about our first extended camping trip in the Eastern Sierra but I was also very much nervous about running into a bear in the bear country because I have tendency to

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