Death Valley

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It’s the oldest and the driest. The highest and the lowest. PausePlayPlayPrev|Next 12345left right Death Valley, the largest national park in the lower 48 states, is a fascinating study in topographic contrasts. Marvel at Telescope Peak towering 11,049 feet, while Badwater, North America’s lowest point, sits at 282 feet below sea level. Death Valley is a popular destination during the spring desert wildflower bloom. Summer temperatures can...

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Big Pine

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It’s the other side of California. Access the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. PausePlayPlayPrev|Next 123left right Flanked between the Eastern Sierra Nevada and the White Mountains, Big Pine is the gateway to outdoor recreation in Inyo County. Here you can access the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to the planet’s oldest living trees; Palisade Glacier, the southernmost glacier in the western hemisphere; and miles of mountain biking and...

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Bishop

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Where stars shine not street lamps. Home to world-class fishing and bouldering. PausePlayPlayPrev|Next 123456789101112left right Bishop is the largest community in Inyo County offering hotel accommodations, restaurants, wilderness outfitters, shopping, casino gaming, and exciting annual events such as Bishop Mule Days and the Blake Jones Trout Derby. For more info, visit Bishop Chamber of Commerce. Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors...

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