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

    PCT day 46. 6/4/15

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... a previous trail junction. He was headed back up to catch up with the group he is hiking with. Down at the trailhead, I found Teflon, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Hummingbird. Shepherd already had scored a hitch down to Lone Pine. We waited for about an hour with no ride. I told the group that I got offered a ride from those three backpackers and hope to convince them to squeeze one more. That is when Wild Pony rode in with his parents in a ...

    PCT day 37. 5/26/15. Miles 665-687.3

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on May 26, 2015

    ... barely got away from the bear. After almost 700 miles, I finally have a trail name. We eventually caught up with Smokey and Hummingbird at the ridge top with views of the Owen's Valley, where we, of-course, checked to see if we had a cell signal. Indeed we did and all of began to update our loved ones, etc. Moving along downhill, we made it to the next water source, camp Chimney Creek at mile 681. This place had a spigot with ...

    Into the highest sierra

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... really fun to catch up.
    I began to be able to see over the tops of the mountains around me as I neared 13,000 ft. but the top of Whitney still seemed so far away. Exhaustion began to set in. I thought about turning around, nobody would know that I did. But I couldn't let myself do that. I kept on going up through the snow.
    I fell through a couple times nearly twisting my knee on the rocks. But slowly that shelter at the top of the mountain became closer and as I ...

    Japanese Internment Camp at Manzanar

    A travel blog entry by lastrick on May 16, 2015

    24 photos

    ... been long time US citizens and posed not threat. How could the internment of Japanese-Americans have occurred in "the land of the free and the home of the brave?" Read on to learn more.In 1942, President Roosevelt signed Executive Order No. 9066 into law which eventually forced close to 120,000 Japanese-Americans in the western part of the United States to leave their homes ...

    Guest Post...or Ghost be the judge

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Nov 10, 2014

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... in general. Nights have been incredible as we are camped directly under the Milky Way and we also experienced the waxing moon to full, casting it's light over the mountains and creating moonshadows among the rocky boulders.

    We visited Manzanar - historical site of the WWII Japanese Internment Camp- just 7 miles north of our campsite here. Approximately 10,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry were relocated there during ...