National 9 Trails Motel

Address: 633 South Main Street, Lone Pine, California, 93545, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 633 South 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

    ... to town just as it began to snow heavily. We made it all to town at the same time, where we decided to share rooms at a hotel to save money. We plan to a zero here to wash up and resupply. We saw other PCTers that we knew here in Lone Pine. Funny thing is that many of the hikers we saw here in Lone Pine were the some that had planned to make it all the way to VVR or Mammoth without resupply. They ran out of food. I had told them in ...

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

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on May 26, 2015

    ... pine trees abound. Many Junipers and Piñon pines are dead. Its really sad to see. The land looks stressed. All these dead pines are really a massive fire waiting to happen. I must mention also that the trail is beginning to thin out. I heard many people have quit already. It was the desert that really made them quit, and it wasn't really that hot. Like I said before, i feel we have been very fortunate with cooler than average ...

    Into the highest sierra

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... it I got a rush of endorphins that made me nearly tear up. I walked to the edge and yelled off the top of the world. A guy walked out of the shelter to see what was going on and began yelling and celebrating with me.
    I am officially an elevation junkie. I hung out up top there for awhile soaking it all up. Then hurried down to get down before dark.
    i have officially climb the 14,505 ft mount Whitney twice now. 14,500 x2 = 29,000 so i basically can say i climb ...

    Japanese Internment Camp at Manzanar

    A travel blog entry by lastrick on May 16, 2015

    24 photos

    ... to one of ten 'relocation' centers or to other facilities across the nation. This order came about as a result of great prejudice and wartime hysteria after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.Even before the Japanese-Americans were relocated, their livelihood was seriously threatened when all accounts in American branches of Japanese banks were frozen. Then, religious and ...

    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 ...