Comfort Inn - Lone Pine
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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Auf Wunsch meiner Begleiter viel das Frühstück heute flach. Gemäss Ali können wir in rund einer Stunde im Yosemite Valley Frühstücken. Nach 2 Stunden Fahrt und einem flauen Gefühl im Magen fanden wir nach längerem suchen eine Verpflegungsstelle. Das Restaurant mutete eher wie eine Militärkantine an und …
... hikers paradise. Plenty of trails and places to camp.
We retraced our route back to 395 and headed south to Lone Pine. It was exciting to finally meet up with friends, after being on the road for 3 weeks without seeing anyone we knew.
We rode 241 miles, but it was like nothing because we were going to meet up with and ride with our California friends.
... scenery. I eventually caught up to Hummingbird and that is when the ominous clouds began to release light snow. The trail to Kearsarge Pass kept climbing and climbing by beautiful alpine lakes. The guide book was not kidding when it mentioned that this detour was worthwhile. The snow intensified the higher we climbed, yet it wasn't sticking. This trail had much traffic, as many other backpackers were heading back into the ...
... as well. It was hot enough in the 80s to enjoy this water The trail takes you up to a small hill, with views of Kennedy Meadows and the Kern River. It was here where I saw another black bear running fast away from Smokey across the meadow and fording the river. That is my second bear sighting for me on this trail so far. I'm on a roll. Arriving into Kennedy Meadows, the other hikers that are already here welcome you with a ...
... 11,000 ft. Pass then set up camp for another cold clear night. In the morning I would be getting back on the John Muir trail for the first time in 2 years and taking it up to the top of the 14,505 ft Mt. Whitney.
I woke up that morning bright and early. Packed up and hit the trail, cruising as fast as I could. After 6 miles I veered off the PCT and dropped my 9 days of food I was still carrying off in a bear box. And with a light pack I kept on my way up up ...