Mt. Whitney Motel

Address: 305 North Main Street, Lone Pine, California, 93545, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 305 North Main Street, Lone Pine, is near Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Creek, Movie Road, and Tuttle Creek.
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      Travel Blogs from Lone Pine

      Guest Post...or Ghost Post...you be the judge

      A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Nov 10, 2014

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... II. We also have hiked some amazing trails - Mt. Whitney to Lone Pine Lake, Whitney Portal trail in the snow, and making our own trails among and through the boulders here. We rode Doc from Bishop to Sabrina Lake trail in the Inyo National Forest. And we've explored the quaint town of Lone Pine and toured the Film Museum there. Over 400 movies have been filmed right here in the Alabama Hills where we are camped. Many old ...

      California Coast to the High Sierras

      A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Oct 29, 2014

      1 comment, 116 photos

      ... no one bothered us when we extended our stay an hr or two. Of course this is just parking and sleeping. As long as you don't look like you are setting up camp, and you move on early, you are fine. We've pretty much mastered finding the good sites for this. Some stretches offer more opportunities than others - this goes for all the states where we have been - WA, OR, and CA.

      We loved breathing in the forest smells as we hiked among ...

      Death Valley

      A travel blog entry by cathiehm on Oct 25, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... to the centre (Furnace Creek) before making our way east on the 190 out to Lone Pine. There is no picture I can post that will do justice to the incredible scenery of this place, that appears nearly untouched and unimpacted by humans. It is vast and amazing mountains and valleys. It is hot and arid and there is a constant wind, that you only know about if you get out of the car as the vegetation is small and low and so suited to the conditions that it doesn't even move in ...

      Los Angeles to Lone Pine

      A travel blog entry by clarencejspm on Oct 23, 2014

      32 photos

      ... go back. Where we turned around though was a car park overlooking a lovely little river with a bridge over it, so we stopped to take a wander and some pictures before carrying on up the mountain road.

      The road twisted up and around the mountains passing through barren scrubland and on to forested hills, where you could see the blackened trees from wildfires of the past. And so the road carried on up and up until we got ...

      Like a horse running back to the barn!

      A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 27, 2014

      30 photos

      ... the tent with Heather still in it and then she popped out and was ready to go. Heather, Erik and I went ahead and took off for the last leg. They blessed me with the honor of leading our little band of three which was a change of view for me. But I was thrilled to be on the steady downhill, my strength. We made it down in a few hours and walked through the wooden structure that signifies the end of the JMT (or the beginning, I guess) and we rejoiced, all ...