The Bridges

Address: 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 6, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 6, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center.
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

Red's Meadow Resupply

A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Jun 24, 2013

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... into lower elevations where the conifer groves become even more massive. I heard "eerks" ,"eeks", "cricks", and "croaks" exclaimed among the woods as the wind blew two particular trees into audible organisms. The living tree held up its dead comrade from the decay and rot of the forest floor that waited patiently below. The living leaned into the weight of the dead.The two trees vibrated out one of nature's many songs. ...

Journey to Mammoth Lakes

A travel blog entry by usaroadtrip2013 on Apr 30, 2013

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After leaving our Tahoe heaven we set off on our way to Mammoth Lakes. The scenery was pretty spectacular and to be honest the pictures taken don't really do it justice. The Toiyabe National Forest was to the left of us during the drive and the Walker River. We passed the beautiful Lakes Topaz and Mono and stopped off for lunch in a little town called Bridgeport. Having learnt ...

CALIF0RN-I-A BABY!

A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Aug 07, 2012

191 photos

... Coast highway towards san francisco. We drove through santa barbara which was really pretty. Further up the coast we stopped at an elephan seal colony. There were loads laying on the beach they are so big! The roads are all winding along the coast, they beat the great ocean road anyday. There is a lot of farmland along the way and we stopped off and got some cheap veg. The drive to Big Sur national park was really pretty apart from the big patches of fog we kept hitting. We camped ...

Lee Vining & Bodie Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 21, 2011

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... the last 3 miles were unpaved and might be rough going (but that's what 4x4s are for!) so we didn't want to be in a hurry. We hadn't appreciated until we drove it that US-395 twists and turns up the mountain; the views were stunning with Aspen trees a brilliant yellow indicating the route of the creek/river in the valley bottom to the left and, on the other side, Mono Lake a pale blue haze with the strange tufa towers ...

Bootie Camp was never so fun!!

A travel blog entry by ronandkathy on Aug 01, 2011

2 comments, 67 photos

... The accommodations were far from camp,.... much, much more luxurious! A walk in the meadow filled with wildflowers was an inspiring way to kickoff our adventure. Word across the land spread quickly, and before we knew it, two new guests descended upon us. Gayle and Mary drove down from Tahoe not to miss out on any fun! We ate, talked, laughed, and geared up for our first big hike.

Rock Creek was the starting destination ...

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