Portal Motel

U.S. 395, Lone Pine, California, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lone Pine

In The Sierras - Beautiful

A travel blog entry by tdtingle


... filled the propane tank at a Chevron and headed for Tuttle Creek, 5 miles west of town. Tuttle Creek is Bureau Of Land Management and close to free, 5 dollars a night. This is one beautiful place with a dump station and (I didn't know) drinking water.

We took several hikes out of this area including the Whitney Portal Trail. This hike was from Lone Pine Campground to Whitney Portal, where folks start their hikes up Mt. Whitney. ...

We run like goddam bastards….

A travel blog entry by wendalex


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You can stand in the very spots where many a famous actor have stood, from early silver screen pioneers such as Mary Pickford, Will Rogers and Gene Autry through to hollywood icons like John Wayne, Bing Crosby, Kirk Douglas, Spencer Tracey and Jack Lemmon, and even modern day stars like Russell Crowe, Kevin Bacon and Patrick Stewart to name but a few. There is a handy little guide showing ...

Tahoe to Lone Pine.

A travel blog entry by jennyusa


... who had a mercantile business here in the 1800s) have relatives in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Who knows! Passed Mono Lake and continued down Interstate 395 til we arrived at Lone Pine mid afternoon. Just before Lone Pine we visited Manzanar, the site of one of 10 relocation camps for Japanese-Americans during World War 2. At its height, it housed 10,000 people in one square mile. There is some evidence of orchards which were ...

The wanderers wander in

A travel blog entry by team-elephant


... If we were looking for a perfect end to our week we could not have planned a better one. Blair, Kristen and their children Ewen and Lily were perfect hosts. I was even forgiven, at least I think I was, for getting involved in the kitchen duties. To say that the quiet hospitality of a family dinner, and a little mucking about in the kitchen, was a perfect end to our week is the understatement of the year. Team Elephant is in good spirits.

Wonderful Mt. Whitney

A travel blog entry by pugetview


... and for good reason. At 13,200 feet it's the highest pass on the entire PCT. So glad we did it northbound. Southbound requires elevation gain of nearly 4,000 feet. Ours was up 1,700. Quite spectacular route, switch-backing at first then entering a narrow chute of short, steep switchbacks. Windy, but then bam, we were at the top of the notch. Marmots teased while we ate salami and cheese and tried to shelter ourselves from the wind at ...


This hotel, located on U.S. 395, Lone Pine, is near Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Creek, Movie Road, and Tuttle Creek.
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