Filed Under: Camping, Climbing, Cultural, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Skiing
Located along the eastern edge of California and the Sierra Nevada, lies the Inyo National Forest. Extending 165 miles along the California/Nevada border between Los Angeles and Reno, the Inyo National Forest includes 1.9 million acres of pristine lakes, fragile meadows, winding streams, rugged Sierra Nevada peaks, and arid Great Basin Mountains. Elevations range from 4,000 to 14,495 feet, providing diverse habitats that support vegetation patterns ranging from semi-arid deserts to alpine fell-fields.
Travel US Highway 395 to Bishop California to reach the forest.