Getting Oriented in Eastern Sierra

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  • Lone Pine. Mount Whitney and the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine have provided authentic backdrops for hundreds of films and TV shows for nearly a century, as evidenced in the town’s Museum of Western Film History.
  • Independence. The moving Manzanar National Historic Site, where 11,000 Japanese-Americans were interned during World War II, lies 6 miles south of Independence, a tiny Old West town.
  • Bishop. One of the largest towns along Highway 395, Bishop is an excellent road stop and base camp for exploration in the surrounding mountains.
  • Mammoth Lakes. Easy access to year-round outdoor adventures has made Mammoth Lakes one of the Sierra Nevada’s most popular destinations. The bustling town’s many attractions include sprawling Mammoth Mountain Ski and Bike Area and nearby Mammoth Lakes Basin and Devil’s Postpile National Monument.

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