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Parki i przyroda w: Inyo County

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National Park
“Besides visiting Yosemite, this is a great place to visit to see these great majestic trees. ”
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National Park
“Majority of the guests who stay at our Airbnb either are planning to visit Sequoia and/ or Yosemite National Park. But what they often miss is the beautiful Kings Canyon National Park that is in between the two more-well-known parks. What I often recommend to guests is to take Highway 180 East to Kings Canyon NP on their way to Sequoia National Park. It is relatively smaller than Sequoia NP, but offer a slightly different scenery. It is also less crowded as well. Guests can spend an hour or so there, and drive to Sequoia NP via Highway 198 West. There's a road near Grant Grove at Kings Canyon NP that can leads you directly to Sequoia NP instead of making a detour around. On your GPS device, type in Kings Canyon National Park, then Sequoia National Park as the destination, you will see the route. Alternatively, you can ask the park rangers at Kings Canyon NP, they will point you to the right direction. ”
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National Park
“North America’s lowest point. Isn’t the border of Nevad and California. Colorful Rocks, ghost town, moving rocks, basin flats. Amazing National Park. Amazing for photo shoots and selfies. ”
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Park
“"The Trail of 100 Giants is the most popular attraction in the Giant Sequoia National Monument, and it’s easy to see why. The trail is easy to get to, it’s short, flat, and paved, and it’s got a lot of really impressive trees. Nonetheless, this is still the National Forest, so it’s not exactly crowded - there might be 5 or 6 groups on the trail at any given moment. There are about 20 really big trees along the trail." aprox 2 hrs away”
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Park
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Park
“A short 45 minute drive out of the city and you’ll find yourself at our local Ski/Snowboard Resort! Complete with a ski up bar, you can’t miss this if you love seasonal activities. ”
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Park
“A scenic high-desert climbing area situated above the town of Lone Pine with Mt Whitney and the Sierra crest as a backdrop. Close to 300 routes (trad and sport) on variable quality Josh-like rock. Stacks of easy to moderate well-protected climbs here as most development is quite recent. Free camping nearby with Bishop only an hour away. A fun laid-back area that's well worth a visit. ”
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Mountain
“Fairly easy family hike (unless you're scared of heights) with one of a kinds views. ”
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National Park
“Besides visiting Yosemite, this is a great place to visit to see these great majestic trees. ”
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Mountain
“Mount Whitney is the tallest mountain in California, as well as, the highest summit in the contiguous US and the Sierra Nevada with an elevation of 14,505 ft. You must obtain a permit in order to climb Whitney. ”
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Park
“A scenic high-desert climbing area situated above the town of Lone Pine with Mt Whitney and the Sierra crest as a backdrop. Close to 300 routes (trad and sport) on variable quality Josh-like rock. Stacks of easy to moderate well-protected climbs here as most development is quite recent. Free camping nearby with Bishop only an hour away. A fun laid-back area that's well worth a visit. ”
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Inne świetne na zewnątrz
“Fossil Falls is a string of crazy rock formations made 440,000 years ago through a period of very active volcanism & melting glacial ice. Ancient Native American tribes also had a thriving community here about 12,000 years ago, so keep your eyes peeled for some obsidian flakes & metates.”
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Trail
“Want to see some amazing desert landscapes. Come check this place out! Fall-Spring season is a great time to check it out. Please don't go in summer, it gets over 125°F during the day. Deadly! Beautiful place for late evening/night stargazing. Clear skies to see the Milky Way Galaxy star formations. Prepare yourself with hydration and energy food because your are in the desert. ”
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Trail
“This is the gateway to Mount Whitney. Take Whitney Portal road all the way to the end where you will be greeted by towering granite cliffs, a waterfall and trails to the summit, Lone Pine Lake and access to John Muir Wilderness and the Sequoia National Park backcountry. ”
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