The Eastern Sierra 2022 Gallery highlights California’s High Sierra eastern kingdom, that’s filled with some of the Sierra’s most rugged and magnificent terrain.
The eastern Sierra stretches from Lone Pine in the south to the Nevada line in the north and contains many of the Sierra’s most awe inspiring settings. From the highest mountain in the lower U.S., Mount Whitney to the eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park, this side of the sierra is truly remarkable. Two major ski areas,the hauntingly beautiful Mono Lake, the world-class resort of Mammoth Lakes, Bodie Ghost Town, and much more compete for the visitors attention. Recreation opportunities abound with superb fishing, hiking and backpacking, boating, skiing (both downhill and crosscountry), snowmobiling, camping or just plain enjoying the scenery. First rate accommodations and restaurants complete the package. California’s High Sierra region’s eastern slope is an area not to be missed.
The Eastern Sierra comprising of the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada, which includes Mono and Inyo Counties. The main thoroughfare is U.S. Route 395, which passes through Bridgeport, Lee Vining, Bishop, Big Pine, Independence, Lone Pine, and Olancha, with Bishop being the largest city in the area. It is sparsely populated but well known for its scenery; major points of interest include Mono Lake, Bodie, Mammoth Lakes, Manzanar, and parts of Yosemite National Park and Death Valley National Park.
This gallery contains a few of the amazing places you can see while exploring the Eastern Sierra.
Below are a few links to sites with some great information on the Eastern Sierra.