The Best Hikes near Lone Pine

Tony Marquez at Death Valley National Park
Big Pine, CaliforniaBig PineCaliforniaA perfect camp spot in the Eastern Sierras. Second Lake is one of the seven lakes located along Big Pine Creek. It is 5 miles in from the trailhead...Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaHiked out in the Mesquite Sanddunes in the middle of the night to go stargazing! It was a beautiful experience.Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia and Kings Canyon National ParksTulare County, California#TroveOn Sequoia/King's Canyon are my absolute favourite national parks so far. Their beauty is incredible, I had to keep pulling over (when I...Mt. Whitney Summit, Inyo County, CaliforniaMt. Whitney SummitInyo County, CaliforniaSummit of Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain in the contiguous 48 United States at 14,505ft (4421m). The #hike on the Whitney trail is a little over...Stove Pipe Wells, CaliforniaStove Pipe WellsCaliforniaSand dunes at Death Valley #NationalParkMt. Whitney, Lone Pine, CaliforniaMt. WhitneyLone Pine, CaliforniaI love #hiking in the high sierras partially for its many beautiful alpine lakes. This is Mirror Lake on the Mt. Whitney Trail. I would say it's...Independence, CaliforniaIndependenceCaliforniaKearsarge lakes is a great hike and camp spot. Despite the pass being over 11k high, it's pretty mellow. There was a 5 year old at the pass and he...Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, CaliforniaLeave it to Mother Nature to show you just how small you really are. It felt like I was hiking through the heaven's. #hiking #treetrove #nationalparkInyo National Forest, Inyo County, CaliforniaInyo National ForestInyo County, California#TroveOn Exploring frozen alpine lakes and mountains in Inyo National Forest. This is a view of Lone Pine Lake on the Mt. Whitney trail. #snow #hikingSequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, CaliforniaHeart pounding MORO rock climb....First Lake, Big Pine, CaliforniaFirst LakeBig Pine, CaliforniaFirst Lake on the Big Pine Creek Trail. The water is blue because it's runoff from the Palisade Glaciers a few miles away. #hikingMoro Rock, Tulare County, CaliforniaMoro RockTulare County, CaliforniaMoro Rock is a short hike to a vista point in Sequoia National Park. It offered one of the best views in the park with a 360 view of the Great...Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, CaliforniaThe largest living creature on earth, the General Sherman tree, is close to 2,200 years old. Imagine; the tree was a mere seedling when King Solomn...Big Pine, CaliforniaBig PineCaliforniaHike the north fork on the Big Pine Creek trail to reach the Seven Lakes (clusters of lakes in the Eastern Sierras. In the summer the lakes are...Bishop, CaliforniaBishopCaliforniaBackpacking trip to the Sabrina Basin in the Sierras. It's one of the best trails I've been on, especially if you like lakes and beautiful views. I...Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia and Kings Canyon National ParksTulare County, CaliforniaThe final stretch of the 400 steps leading to the top of Sequoia National Park's Moro Rock. The granite dome rock formation is located in the...Alta Peak Trailhead, Tulare County, CaliforniaAlta Peak TrailheadTulare County, CaliforniaBackpacking trip to Panther Gap along the Alta Peak trail. In the winter snowshoes might be needed to reach Panther Gap. There's no running water...Lone Pine, CaliforniaLone PineCaliforniaWatching the sunset reflect in Upper Boy Scout Lake (11,200ft) near Mount Russell #hiking .Darwin Falls, Inyo County, CaliforniaDarwin FallsInyo County, CaliforniaDarwin Falls, Death Valley National Park, California. It's a ways away from the main sights of the valley itself, but it was my favorite place in...Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaDante's View looking down to Badwater Basin. The view is a short hike from the parking lot and about a 35 min drive from Furnace Creek. Definitely...
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