Sierra Nevada
Sierra Nevada
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Joanna w
London, UK224 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015
The views are absolutely spectacular. Don't forget a camera as you will want to remember this amazing place forever. Stunning!
Written January 20, 2016
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Jen and Mark
Tempe, AZ11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Couples
My husband and I have backpacked here 2 years in a row; it is so majestic and surreal. We started at Onion Valley, there you must cross over Kearsarge Pass to get into the back country. From there we did Glen Pass to the Rae Lakes. Absolutely beautiful!! I am a beginner backpacker and was able to do it just fine. I highly recommend the trip!
Written October 19, 2015
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newgloworm1
Perth, Australia15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Couples
Awesome company to go hiking with. Real concern for the environment and eco-friendly hiking through this incredible natural environment.
Written September 19, 2015
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eumundiward
queensland62 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Solo
I drove out of Death Valley and came to a place called Lone Pine and was immediately struck by the magnificent snow capped peaks rising from the sedimentary basin. As you child growing up through the golden years of television, I remembered the black & white movies about wagon trains and the early settlers being stopped in their tracks by this natural barrier. It was all just storybook stuff then, but suddenly the reality hit me and I understood. I asked a waitress from Lone Pine if mountaineers in this day and age try and cross the Sierra Nevada from here, and she replied, no, nobody can cross these mountains. From Lone Pine you can head into the Alabama Hills and see where they made all those old Westerns, ie: Lone Ranger etc etc.
Written March 14, 2015
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