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Sierra REC Featured Event – December 2017 – Night of Lights in Mammoth

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Sierra Rec Magazine Featured Event 2017 –  Are you looking for that Can’t-miss event in the Sierra this December? How does Fireworks in December sound? Ok let’s one up that… How About Fireworks in December on a base of the Largest Snowpack in the Sierra sound? On Saturday, December 16th travel to Mammoth for the Night of Lights. A one-of-a-kind evening at Canyon Lodge to welcome the holiday season. Night of Lights is an FREE fun-filled night for all ages with live music, torchlight parade, kids activities, snowmobiles rides and a firework spectacular that lights...

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Snowboard and Freeski Olympic Teams to be Named at Mammoth Mountain

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Mammoth Lakes: California’s Winter Olympics Launching Pad Sierra Rec Magazine – Mammoth Lakes, Calif.  Dec. 5 2017 — Spend any amount of time in Mammoth Lakes and the chances are you’ll bump into an Olympian. From the icons to the up-and-comers, the small Eastern Sierra resort town produces an astonishing number of elite athletes, several of whom are likely bound for PyeongChang and the 2018 Winter Olympics. Some were born in Mammoth Lakes, and some have chosen to make it their home, but all of the athletes benefit from some of the best and...

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Inyo National Forest Prepares For Winter But Still Remains Active Fall Recreation Area

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Inyo NF Campground updates, Road updates and visitor center updates below for some of the regions favorite recreational visits. Sierra Rec Magazine, October 12, 2017 – As fall color explodes on the  Eastern Sierra Range. The team in Inyo National forest are busy preparing for a long fun winter. But the fall recreation season is full of opportunity so they are sending out updates to help you find available rec areas while you explore the Eastern Sierra this fall.  Campground updates, Road updates and visitor center updates below for some of the regions favorite...

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An Epic Adventure Awaits in The 20 Lakes Basin Of The Hoover Wilderness

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Crystal Clear Waters Combined With High Alpine Peaks That Will Stop You In Your Tracks Sierra Rec Magazine Adventure Review – September 2017 –  Visiting and Exploring 20 Lakes Basin was so much more than I had expected. Have you ever heard a review of a location and it just didn’t do it for you, so you decide to skip, only later to find out that it as way better than initially thought?  Well, the 20 Lakes Basin off Tioga Pass in the Hoover Wilderness was just that to me and couple friends looking to explore...

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Fire Crews Respond to Grant Fire on June Lake Loop

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Fire Crews focused on Protecting the June Lake Community Sierra Rec Magazine – Fire Update – August 1, 2017 – Fire crews are responding to the Grant Fire, located west of Highway 158 between Silver and Grant Lakes on the June Lake Loop. It is approximately 100 acres. It appears to be a lightning-caused fire that started yesterday evening. The fire is burning in in the sage in the lower elevations and pinyon/juniper and Jeffrey pine in the higher elevations. The fire burned actively throughout the night. The forest is ordering additional fire crews...

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The Reds Meadow Road and Devils Postpile National Monument to Open Friday July 21

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn The Inyo National Forest and Devils Postpile National Monument announce that the Reds Meadow Valley Road will open on Friday, July 21 at 8:00 am. Sierra Rec Magazine – Sierra Access Updates- July 20, 2017 – The Road to Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls and Reds Meadow will open Friday, July 21, at 8:am to the public. This road received storm damage after the substantial snowpack from this winter and the subsequent melt-off and flooding. The forest’s Engineering Crew rebuilt a segment of the road that was structurally compromised and unstable. They placed layers of compacted...

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The Reds Meadow and Devils Postpile Road Remain Closed To Vehicles, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn The Reds Meadow Road Remains Closed No estimated date for opening   Sierra Rec Magazine- National Monument Updates – June 27, 2017 – Forest engineers are assessing storm damage to the Reds Meadow and Devils Postpile Road and there is no estimated opening date for the road at this time. Crews have only recently been able to get into the Reds Meadow Valley after plowing operations were completed. The Reds Meadow and Devils Postpile Road remain closed to vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians, and work is in progress to make necessary repairs. This road, which accesses...

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High Sierra Passes and Popular Recreational Areas Starting to Open For Summer 2017- Latest Updates

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Inyo National Forest Opens Lakes Basin Road Wednesday Here Are The Most Recent Update For Popular Sierra Passes and Scenic Byways Sierra Rec Magazine, Eastern Sierra News – June 22, 2017-  Almost on cue with the Summer solstice in 2017 road crews and county agencies have started to get the upper hand on the 2017 snowpack and access to some of our favorite passes and recreational areas.  Yesterday Inyo National Forest announced the opening of Lakes Basin Road for the 2017 season and Last weekend Sonora Pass gates opened for visitors on the eastern side of the mountain....

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