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Hiking Parker and Mono Pass in Yosemite National Park

This year I chose to explore one the furthest east trail experiences and to discover more about the region where Ansel Adams wilderness and Yosemite meet high in the Sierra. My goal for the day was to climb to both Mono Pass and Parker Pass with brief excursions into Ansel Adams Wilderness to see a set of lakes close to the boarder of both. Along the trail you are given options at 1.8 miles to split up to Mono Pass or veer up to Spillway lake which lays below Parker Pass to the West. Now the trail was only .3 miles back down the trail to head up to Parker Pass, but this seemed like a good place for a little off trail experience

Whitney Portal Area Evaluated by Geologists

Southern area of Whitney Portal remains closed, Most Trails to Re-open Whitney Portal, (above Lone Pine), CA, June 30, 2020 US Forest Service Geologists determined that the southern area of Whitney Portal is still showing instability in the rockslide area and this area will remain closed. However, most of the Whitney Portal area including the Whitney Portal Road ,the Whitney Portal Parking Lots, Whitney Portal Cabins, the Mt. Whitney Trail, the Meysan Lake Trail, and the North Fork of Lone Pine Creek Trail (Mountaineering Route) will re-open. There is substantial damage to a section of the National Recreation Trail (that starts at Lone Pine Campground and ends in Whitney Portal) and the damaged segment of the trail is closed.

Seeking a Fireworks Show in 2020 – Head to Bridgeport Ca.

Leave it to the wild west region of California to provide a bright spot in our 4th of July traditions. The Gateway to Bodie and numerous outdoor recreation opportunities, Bridgeport California is adapting some of its annual programs because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but in traditional wild west lifestyle they will celebrate the 4th of July with parades and Fireworks as scheduled. We visited Bridgeport fireworks show last year for the first time and we can tell you that it is a good old fashion American community 4th of July celebration. The 4th will be different this year as we work with state and local guidelines in Covid compliance.

Hiker Alert: South Lake Road Reconstruction Implementing No Overnight Parking – Inyo National Forest

Stating on July 6, and anticipating effective through July 25, the South Lake Road Reconstruction Project will implement no overnight parking in the South Lake area. Hikers need to plan for travel delays, re-routed trailhead access, understand that that long-term parking is not available, plan to be picked up or dropped off at the trailhead, consider shuttles to/from trailheads, and utilize alternative trails for resupply, if possible. It is approximately a three-mile walk to the Bishop Pass Trailhead  via the trail behind Willow Campground that continues near Parchers Resort and connects to the trailhead on the east side of South Lake Road. As a reminder, the project’s scope stated that Bishop Pass Trailhead Parking and Tyee Lakes Trailhead Parking and certain campgrounds will be closed at times this summer, although access to the trailheads will be maintained

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