California Eastern Sierra Fall Colors. Our natural landscape in the Eastern Sierra, where rugged granite canyons are carved by rushing streams and framed by an azure sky, offers a spellbinding contrast of colors during autumn golden, crimson and orange aspen and cottonwoods as far as the eye can see. The best time to see this spectacular array is generally mid-September to mid-October. EVER SEEN FALL COLORS THAT TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY?
Inyo County tops the list of premier fishing destinations among avid anglers. The Eastern Sierra’s hidden alpine lakes and streams, Owens River, Owens Valley tributaries, and annual trout derbies offer year-round reel and fly fishing. The California Department of Fish and Game stocks Alper’s Trophy Trout at various Inyo County locations. Anglers can also catch California golden trout, rainbows, bass, catfish, and crappie. Regular trout season in Inyo County runs from the last Saturday in April through October.
An aficionado of the fat tire or slicks, cyclists agree that biking Inyo County is euphoric. Hundreds of miles of paved roads, highway, and dirt trails meander through Inyo County offering exceptional biking opportunities in one of the least populated areas of the United States. US Highway 395 through Inyo County is open to road bikes and spans 150 miles between the Eastern Sierra communities of Pearsonville to Rock Creek. Paved roads along US Highway 395 lead through Owens Valley and scenic canyons offering challenging rides with significant elevation gains. Death Valley offers popular routes at sea level and below.
LEGENDARY EXPERIENCES. LARGER THAN LIFE - Where stars shine, not streetlamps. Majestic mountains tower not buildings. Wildlife abounds not humans.