1849 Condos at Canyon Lodge
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Up early (well early by recent standards) for a big riding day. Around 260 miles ( 6 hours)
Packed and ready to depart by 7:45 am.
Today I am heading for the Eastern Sierras to ride through Yosemite National Park then head south to Mammoth Lakes, which is a very popular winter resort area.
Before getting to Yosemite I ...
... some store, Glacier water is cheap, 1 $ for 1 gallon bottle. Drink the tap water freely at the stores.
Click a photo next to the Heart at the Pier
See the Sea Lions
The GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE - Its fun to drive on the gate. ...
... how life has been lately. Me and 6 other friends moved into a camp ground 3 weeks ago and it has snowed every weekend since. Though it hasn't always been easy, it has been a lot of fun and a good bonding experience. I'm going to miss this town and these people. But the trail calls and I must go. Where I'm sleeping now, this mountain, is less than 2 miles away from the Pacific crest trail. I can't help but be drawn towards it. The ...
... our next hotel and straight to Bodie ghost town which really is an abandoned gold rush town but accessed via the most uneven trail ever - still worth it in the end . This town was once one of the most violent towns in the 1860s with a murder every day - "goodbye God we're off to Bodie"!!! From here it's to our next hotel, 4th on our stop in Mammoth Lakes in the high Sierra Nevada range and the aptly named Sierra Nevada Resort! We are met by the ...
... kind he simply reminded us "that every little bit helps." Thanks Mammoth Lakes, amazing karma through and through. After getting back to Reds Meadow we took a side loop that rewarded us with two phenomenal natural wonders. We went by Rainbow Falls today AND the Devils Postpile. How spoiled and lucky for two unique natural sights to be within 2.5 miles of one another. After that, we hiked north per PCT until we ...