Conservation Corps - "the oldest,
largest and longest running youth conservation corps in
the World. More than 80,000 young men and women have worked
more than 50 million hours to protect and enhance Californias
environment and communities and have provided 6 million
hours of assistance with emergencies like fires, floods
Department of Fish & Game - The official
site of the California Department of Fish and Game.
Dept of Forestry & Fire Protection
- "CDF protects the people of California from fires,
responds to emergencies, and protects and enhances forest,
range, and watershed values providing social, economic,
and environmental benefit to rural and urban citizens,"
State Park System - The official site
of the Central Sierra Nevada State Park System.
- The official site of the California Environmental Resources
Park Service - The official web site
of the National Park Service.
- "A joint program of the USDA Forest Service and US
Army Corps of Engineers, providing a one-stop resource for
customers to reserve camping facilities managed by these
- "Brought to you by the federal land management agencies
that manage the 22 individual wilderness areas in the High
Sierra. Devoted to providing you all the information and
links you need to plan your backcountry trip to the Sierra,
or to just learn more about the history, art, and relevance
of Sierran wilderness."
- The one and only... "Smokey
Bear has been working for over 50 years to remind Americans
of the importance of outdoor fire safety and wildfire prevention.
With reports of devastating wildfire increasing, Smokey
Bear's wildfire prevention message is more vital today than
Forest Service - The official web site
of the USDA National Forest Service.
Pack Outfit - Pack animal rentals and
drop camp service with facilities at Dinkey Creek, Wishon
Reservoir, and Courtright Lake.
Lake Store/Ferry - The last stop shop
at Florence Lake. Also where you purchase ferry tickets
for crossing Florence Lake.
- This website is dedicated primarily to the giant sequoia
(Sequoiadendron giganteum), which is also known as the sierra
Sierra Pack Station - Animal rentals,
spot packing, and guided rides out of Mono Hotsprings and
Lake - The official Web Page for Huntington
Lake, CA. Great resource for recreation in the Huntington
Meadows Camp Ground - Camp Ground at
Jackass Meadows near the Florence Lake Dam.
Hot Springs Resort - Family cabins, hot
baths, cafe, and general store located on the South Fork
of the San Joaquin River.
Hot Springs Post Office - Post Office
at the Mono Hot Springs Resort.
Trail Ranch - Our closest neighbor...
Located on the John Muir Trail near Florence Lake. Secluded
resort with natural hot spring baths, log cabins, horseback
riding, fishing, hiking and more. Next to the South Fork
of the San Joaquin River.
- Huntington Lake - Garage and gas facilities,
mini-market, boat and snowmobile rentals, and much more.
Valley Resort - "Nestled in the
beautiful Sierra Nevada back country, just a mile off the
PCT at Edison Lake, VVR is the type of rustic facility that
John Muir would have truly treasured."
Percipitation Outlook - 10-day percipitation
forecast imagery for the continental 48 States.
Lake Weather - Current local weather
for the Bass Lake area.
Satelite Image - Current National Weather
Service satelite image of California and the western United
Sierra Avalanche Bulletin - Avalanche
warnings and snow pack updates provided by the CSAC Avalanche
Radar Weather - 10-day Mammoth, California
Highways Report - Road reports for most,
if not all, mountain highways in the Sierra Nevada provided
by the California Deptartment of Transportation.
Weather Service - Hanford, California
station forecasting weather for the Central San Joaquin
Valley and Sierra foothills.
Research Lab Satellite - Satelite imagery
for the East Pacific and West Coast of the United States.
Conditions - Weekly snow conditions update
provided by the California Department of Water Resources.
Underground - Weather forecast for Mono
Hot Springs, California and surrounding areas.
And Mountain Weather - National Weather
Service's winter and mountain weather forecasts and information
for the Sierras.
Hiking Society - "the only national
organization dedicated to serving hikers and protecting
the nation's hiking trails. From the halls of Congress to
the backcountry, AHS speaks up for America's hikers and
the trails they love".
Mountain Guides Association - "a
non-profit organization that seeks to represent the interests
of American mountain guides by providing support, education,
- "the number one goal of the BackCountry Rangers is
to restore wilderness and natural areas for our future and
the creatures that call wilderness their home by removing
the modern signs of man".
Trout - To protect, preserve, and restore
wild trout, native stealhead and their waters in California
and to provide high quality angling adventures for the public
Sierra Historical Society - "objective
of the Society is to establish and operate a museum and
educational center in order to preserve the history, artifacts
and historical memorabilia and to educate the general public
as well as the school children of the importance and heritage
of the Central Sierra Nevada".
Sierra Hikers Association - "dedicated
to educating its members and the general public about issues
affecting hikers in the High Sierra."
No Trace - "to promote and inspire
responsible outdoor recreation through education, research,
Lake Committee - "For over twenty
years the Mono Lake Committee has been working to protect
Mono Lake from destruction, to heal the damage done in the
Mono Basin, and to educate the public about the natural
environment and wise water use".
Parks Future Generation Fund - With persistent
diminishing government support, Americas national
parks and historical sites have entered a state of breakdown.
Park budgets have been undernourished now for decades and
the situation seems to be gathering momentum. This organization
helps raise awareness and money to fund the future of our
treasured National Parks.
Crest Trail Association - "to promote
and protect the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail so as
to reflect its world-class significance for the enjoyment,
education and adventure of hikers and equestrians."
Natural History Association - "a
non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting
education, interpretation, research, and the natural and
historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National
Parks and other areas of the National Park System".
Nevada Alliance - "To protect and
restore the natural environment of the Sierra Nevada for
future generations while ensuring healthy and sustainable
Club - "The Sierra Club's grassroots
advocacy has made it America's most influential environmental
organization. Founded in 1892, it is now more than 700,000
Conservation Association - "The
Student Conservation Association allows you to serve the
great outdoors while tapping into an inner, personal landscape
you may never have known existed. With exciting, hands-on
service opportunities lasting up to a full year, women and
men as young as 16 can start blazing a new trail of conservation
service, experiential environmental education, career skills
and leadership training."
Wilderness Society - "Founded in
1935, The Wilderness Society works to protect America's
wilderness and to develop a nation-wide network of wild
lands through public education, scientific analysis and
Crew" - CA Outfitters - Volunteer
Program started by California Outfitters of Fresno, California
to maintain trails that the Forest Service cannot due to
Yosemite Rock Page - "A repository
on rock-climbing in Yosemite, with Park info and photography..."
- A site for current information on Yosemite National Park.
- A site that has just about anything and everything you'll
need to help plan your next trip to Yosemite.
- This is our favorite Yosmite National Park resource site.
Whatever it is you seek, this is where you'll find it.
National Park - The official web page
for the park
- "goal is to take the guess work out of making camping
reservations by showing you exactly which dates are available
in each campground".
Tahoe Cam - Cool site with lots of information,
road conditions, weather, photographs a live cam of Lake
Tahoe, and more.
Adventure Sports - "information
about self-propelled sports at Lake Tahoe, such as hiking
and backpacking, mountain biking, road biking, rock climbing,
peak climbing/skiing/boarding, cross-country skiing, and
Best - Filled with information on biking,
boating, camping, fishing, golfing, hiking and other fun
things to do in the Lake Tahoe area. Also has maps and useful
Country - Information including: calendar
of events, flora and fauna, links and more pertaining to
the Lake Tahoe area. Also has some related books you can
Back Country - "This is where you
will find expert advice and friendly service from genuine
outdoor enthusiasts with a passion for cycling, backcountry
skiing/boarding and climbing. Their job is simple...to steer
you through the marketing maze in the pursuit of the best
performing outdoor gear, and then help you learn where to
go use it!"
- A directory guide to Lake Tahoe's South Shore. Lots of
information, some related to wilderness exploration.
- One of the best sites we've seen for all information related
to mountain sports, particularly Sierra Nevada mountain
California - Extensive site containing
maps, trail info, campground info, weather, photos, and
Guide To Eastern Sierra Fishing - Tips,
area notes, campground info, regulation info, and more.
Trailwork Photography - Good place to
find photographs of the High Sierras.
- "purpose is to infect others with an enthusiasm for
backpacking and long distance walking, and to give them
some stories, links and references to make it easier."
Pays special attention to the John Muir Trail (JMT) and
the California Sierra Nevada mountains as a whole but offers
information on other destinations as well.
Lake Weather and Webcam - Information
on local businesses, organizations, weather, camping, tours,
etc for the Bass Lake area.
There - Adventure Photography, Sierra
Landscapes, Climbing & Kayaking Adventures - California
Images by Gary Valle.
- The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
website. Offers information on fishing, activities, lodging,
dining, events and more for the Bishop, CA area.
- Perfect for cross-country skiing enthusiasts. Contains
"a collection of ski tours which connect continuously
from Yuba Pass, north of Lake Tahoe, to Horseshoe Meadow,
south of Mt. Whitney".
Guide Nevada & Eastern Sierra - "This
site was written as a resource guide of the public campgrounds
in Nevada's Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada of California.
This site can be used by campers, RV'ers, hikers, explorers
and all those yearning for the great outdoors."
- Member site with information on the Eastern Sierras, link
exchange, and some historical information.
- California section of site with good geographical maps,
activities, and weather.
Take A Hike! - Great new page just in
its infancy geared primarily towards beginner Sierra Nevada
backpackers and campers. Definately worth a look!
Sierra Photography - The name speaks
for itself! Good selection of photographs from the mountain
range we love best...
Sierra Times - "Driving to the Eastern
Sierra's can present many different challenges, no matter
which direction you are coming from. Weather, road closures,
accidents and traffic delays are all things that can delay
your trip to the Sierra's. Utilize this web site for all
types of information regarding the major cities along route
Hwy 49 - "Historichwy49.com was
designed to preserve and share the heritage and rugged beauty
of Hwy 49 and the Gold Country, one of California's most
precious resources, with everyone, everywhere."
- "John Muir Trail 2000 and beyond. The John Muir Trail
in words and pictures."
Muir Trail Page - The best page we've
seen for any information you're seeking about the John Muir
Trail. Provided by the Pacific Crest Trail Association.
Canyon And Sequoia Wilderness Hikes -
"comprehensive collection of Kings Canyon and Sequoia
trip reports and links".
Song: Ecology Of The Northern Sierras
- "a guide for exploring and understanding the natural
resources of the region. There are links to photographs,
museums, parks and lists for resources in the area."
- A wonderful site that has information, historical accounts
and links related to the Owens Valley and surrounding Sierra
Creek Lake - "Rock Creek is located
between Bishop and Mammoth Lakes off of U. S. 395."
This page has a lot of usefull information on the Bishop
- "A comprehensive and interactive web site designed
with the High Sierra angler in mind. The site relies on
and encourages its visitors to share their own encounters
with our High Sierra lakes and streams."
Fly Fisher - A great resource for fly
fishing the Sierra Nevada, primarily Yosemite National Park.
Good free information in addition to offers of fly fishing
Foothill Magazine - "premier website
for information about the Sierra Nevada foothills, a beautiful
region east of Sacramento in northern California".
Gateway Map - "The Sierra Gateway
Map, a unique, interactive
Internet Vacation Planning Guide, presents for prospective
visitors an insight into the incredible beauty they'll be
able to experience throughout the Sierra Nevada".
Mountain Center - "California's
premier mountaineering school and guide service. Located
in Bishop, California, we offer rock climbing, mountaineering,
international mountaineering trips, ice climbing, backcountry
skiing (nordic and alpine touring), backpacking, guide training,
and mountain biking as well as year round instruction and
guided ascents here in the Eastern Sierra of California."
Be sure to also check out their "Sierra
Peaks" section of their photo gallery.
Nevada Message/Discussion Board
- Chat it up with fellow Sierra Nevada fanatics on the SierraPackTrip.com
High Sierra Topix Message Board... This forum was specifically
designed for enthusiasts of "The Range of Light".
Ask questions, answer someone else's, advertise for a backpacking
partner, or just pop in to see what others are posting!
Nevada Mountain Climbing - Information
on many of the Sierras' popular (and not so popular) peaks.
Also has photos. Excelent resource site!
Online - "complete travel and area
information for the Eastern High Sierra Nevada.
Star Newspaper - "Proudly serving
Madera County since 1957". News from the foothills
of the Siera Nevada on the Sierra Nevada! A great place
to find local news related to the Oakhurst/Bass Lake/North
Fork areas and beyond.
Trails - The Wilderness Journal.
Stories information and pictures from various Sierra
Nevada adventures. Neat site!
- Lots of useful information on Mt. Whitney and the rest of
the Sierras. Also features an online store.
- One of the best. Tons of photos and links. Also offers
wilderness books for sale. Excelent resource!
Out There - Informative site for climbing,
kayaking, and skiing. Focus is Southern California but lots
of Sierra Nevada info. Also has books message board and links.
Eastern Sierra WebPage - Daily updated
information, links, and contacts for your next trip to the
- "Topographical Maps of the High Sierra, Sierra Hiking
and Mountain Biking Trail Information, Weather Reports for
all of the Eastern Sierra including Lone Pine, Independence,
Big Pine, Bishop, Rock Creek, Crowley Lake, Mammoth Lakes,
June Lake, Lee Vining and Bridgeport, California. Also information
for Yosemite and Death Valley."
- General California site, but outdoor oriented and lots of
High Sierra information. "A collection of thousands of
California photographs and links. Practical information about
road trips, SUV car camping, weekend get aways, travel ideas
and local adventures."
Outdoorsmen - "mission is to offer
the outdoorsmen and women of the California Central Valley
with a website that is geared towards their needs. This site
will offer one stop information on hunting and fishing in
the Central Valley as well as offering a launch pad to sites
covering all aspects of hunting, fishing and the outdoors."
Outdoors - Good page dedicated to the Central
Sierras. Backpacking and hiking checklists, philosophy, reading
list, information and links.
- A wonderful site that offers information, articles, video
clips, slideshows, tutorials, forums, links and more related
to rock climbing in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Highly recommended!
Sierras - a interactive site featuring
360 degree panoramas of the High Sierra using Quicktime
software. Excelent web site!
High Sierra Webcams
Lake Webcam - Current webcam images and
photos of the Bass Lake area.
Dome (Yosemite) - Live cam brought to
you by halfdomecam.com
Tahoe - Lake Tahoe cam brought to you
Mountain - Live cam near the Mammoth
Village brought to you by mammothweather.com
Humphreys (Bishop) - Live cam brought
to you by 395.com
Time Camera Paridise - Can't find the
one you're looking for? Chances are this site has a link
- Great place to find lots of webcams, mostly related to
southern California ski resort conditions.
Point State Park (Tahoe) - LiveCam brought
to you by CERES.
High Sierra Personal Pages
Iwata's California Hiking Page - Hiking
information, trail and gear guide, book reviews, and other
information related to the Central Sierras.
Rambling - Mathew Holliman's photo
journal of his High Sierra adventures. A testement to "Reasons
why he doesn't live in Illinois anymore..."
With Marmots - "Hiking adventure
along the Pacific Crest Trail. A New Zealand firefighter's
4300km solo journey along the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico
to Canada." This is a really cool trip log!
Ramblings In The High Sierra - Very good
site for links, wilderness books, and information related
to the Sierra Nevada
Climbing Pictures - Lots of good climbing
photographs taken primarily in Yosemite National Park.
- A great resource site with links, quotes and more. Well
worth the vistit!
Sierra Homepage - By Willi Wilkens. Weather,
fishing, outdoors, earthquakes, and astronomy are just a
few of the many categories this site has to offer.
The John Muir Trail - By Russel Bell.
Great information for trip planning on the John Muir Trail.
Karpel's Page - Loads of great pictures
from the various climbing trips Ron has taken.
Mountain Photography - Jody Langford's
site is filled with photos and information about his many
Backpacking experiences in the Sierra Nevada. A great photographer
and lover of the "Range of Light", Jody's site
is a must visit!
Couch-Life Of A High Sierra Bum - Excelent
site by ???. Well done with lots of information and links.
Kenney's High Sierra - "Several
photo galleries containing pictures shot while wandering
the Range of Light. Links to other Sierra wanderers, resources,
clubs and organizations, and guide services."
Ramblers Mountaineering Club - "
small band of climbers loosely associated with the Delta
Tau Delta fraternity house at MIT". Good assortment
of mountaineering information and links.
And Camping In The Sierras - Heinz's
personal site that will help you plan out your next RVing
experience in the Sierras.
- This page is here "to provide you with useful trail
and trip information in a lively and inspiring way through
photographs and short narratives. I would also like to be
an encouragement to those who may be "hiking impaired"
to get out there and enjoy what God has created!" Great
photos, particularly of the Yosemite area.
Mountaineering Page - Loaded with links
and information, personal beliefs, book lists and more!
- Steve's site "devoted to, well you know, the love
of backpacking and wilderness travel". And we love
his site! Lots of links.
General Outdoor Resources
Sports Online - "comprehensive resource
for finding outfitters and tour guides for your next outdoor
Chat - A great online chat room to discuss
backpacking, hiking camping or anything wilderness related.
Magazine - The magazine of travelers who
enjoy any place in the world that's wild. Lots of free information
- "an online community devoted to encouraging climbing
by sustaining the internet presence of mountaineering clubs
and by fostering electronic communication among mountaineers".
Outdoor Recreation Resources - "This
outdoor recreation directory was designed to be a useful collection
of the best outdoor recreation and wilderness resources and
- A good commercial site for all things mountain travel related.
Has good write-up's on favorite destinations in the Sierras.
- "Whether youre the owner of a mammoth RV or a
seasoned backwoods tenter, youll find this unique website
a helpful tool to plan your next camping trip. Use [their]
extensive campground directory (including maps) of the U.S.,
Canada, U.K., Australia, and New Zealand to find the camping
spot of your choice."
Central.com - Information on every category
you can imagine and for every corner of the world.
Trash Haven - "For those who hike
the long trails" Maps, trail information, trip planning,
books and more.
and Backpacking.com - "quick and easy
way to find info on hiking and backpacking. Its also
the fastest way to find out who has the best deals on outdoor
gear including backpacks, hiking boots and shoes, clothing
Zone.com - Photography and information
on snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and climbing.
Park Hotel Guide - "the most
comprehensive hotel guide for national parks in the US and
Canada. We offer hotel reservation services for over 100 National
Parks, as well as car hire and many other services."
Day Hikes - A great resource for finding
the best day hikes and trails in the world. Detailed descriptions
Review.com - Good resource for consumer
generated reviews on any and all outdoor gear.
Post.com - "climbing info on a growing
selection of mountains. This site is built by its members,
so if you see a part of the site that could benefit from your
knowledge, or if you have a photo to upload, you're welcome
to contribute." Very good message board too!
to Peak - TONS of trail and wilderness
links to choose from. Extensive section on the California
Outdoors.com - "Providing information
on wilderness medicine and survival in the outdoors."
Backpacker.com - What a neat site! Offers
articles, information for beginners, industry contact info,
a trails database, a very happening message board, and more.
- Trail reviews, topo maps, and activities for over 30,000
trails throughout the United States and Canada.
Talk Radio - "Get outside and have
some fun! Learn more, do more. TTR is a weekly ten-minute
radio show, but on the Internet. We call it a Webcast. Check
in each week with Peter White our Trail Talk radio host and
find out the latest adventure news!
Web.com - Whether you are planning a major
wilderness vacation or just looking for a new trail to attack
next weekend, this site is for you. Gathering the best resources
on the internet into one place, TrailWeb is "your trailhead
on the path to outdoor wisdom".
- "A resource website, based on extensive experience
in lightweight and ultralightweight backpacking and a different
point of view".
Hiking.com - "The purpose and goal
of this site is to aid in the preparation of lightweight long
distance hiking (or tramping)".
- "Heightening the wilderness dialogue, worldwide..."
Great resource for information, news, research, education,
quotes and more focusing on protecting and conserving our
Nation's wilderness areas.
- "Information on hiking, camping, fishing and many other
High Sierra Guide Services
Broken Wheel Ranch
- Offers llama pack trips: in Northern California's remote
Marble Mountains, Trinity Alps, Russian and Siskiyou Wilderness
areas on the Klamath National Forest. They cover over 75
miles of the Pacific Crest Trail.
Of The Wild - "pioneered women's
adventure travel back in 1978. Today they are the longest-running
women's adventure travel company in the world".
Of California - Guided cave tours and
spelunking at its best.
Country Tours - "The scenic back
country of the Central Sierra Nevada mountains as can only
be seen from the advantage of a 4-wheel drive. Gaze on spectacular
views of roaring waterfalls, gentle alpine meadows and geological
formation above the timberline."
- Elderhostel is Americas first and the worlds
largest educational travel organization for adults 55 and
over. It is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to providing
extraordinary learning adventures for nearly 250,000 older
adults each year at exceptional values. The base camp is
high in the Sierra Nevada. Lots of activities, more adventure
than you can handle and all the planning and work is done
for you. Complete relaxation!
River Expeditions - "Join them for
a deluxe one or two day whitewater rafting trip on the Class
III Kings River just east of Fresno, California. Kings River
Expeditions was the first to offer whitewater rafting trips
on the Kings River over 30 years ago. Check out their website,
get some friends together and make a reservation!
No Trace Adventures - "A backpacking
guide service in the Sierra Nevada of northern California"
Creek Pack Station - Horses, mules and
guides rented out of the Mammoth Lakes area.
John Muir Trial Backcountry Resource Page
- Drop camp and llama rentals for the John Muir and Pacific
Crest Trails. Also offers a cool backcountry cookbook.
Adventures - "an outdoor recreation
provider for Sacramento and Northern California. Dedicated
to providing quality recreational opportunities for those
who wish to learn more about the outdoors. Guiding people
in outdoor pursuits for over 10 years.
Guides - "showcases an online collection
of guidebooks produced by Lenz Design & Communications,
Inc. Visitors to this Web site will find a wide range of
information on historic resources, outdoor activities, and
even lodging and restaurants. When the site is finished,
there will be more than 3 million words, 1,000 maps, 1,000
illustrations, and much more".
Drifters Guide Service - "Exclusive,
professionally guided, year-round drift boat access to the
Lower Owens River."
Guide - Guides that will take you backpacking,
rock climbing, fishing, and canoeing throughout the sierras
Trails Pack Station - "Located on
Highway 41, two miles from Yosemite's south entrance, the
Yosemite Trails staff has served visitors from around the
world for over 35 years." Services include: trail rides,
overnight pack trips, chuckwagon jamboree, horsemanship
camp, sleigh rides, and winter trail rides.
Other Businesses and Merchants
Hills Camping Equipment - "Where
we offer you, our customer, the camping equipment
you need at discount prices everyday."
Outfitters - Located in Fresno,
California. One of the best places to find all your
gear online. Also runs a volunteer "Trail Crew"
program that helps maintain trails in the Sierras
that the Forest Service can't maintain due to budget
Fuel for Adventure.com - " Your online source for Healthy Backpacking Food, Water Treatment, Survival Kits and Camping Gear. Great prices on Top Quality products such as Mary Janes Farm, Katadyn, Nalgene, GoLite, CLIF Bar, Mountain House and more."
Sierra Llama Ranch - "Located at
Lake Davis, in Portola California in the Sierra Mountains,
North- West of Lake Tahoe, CA and Reno, Nevada. Several
herdsires are available for breeding that represent diverse
Images - "a multimedia software
development company that publishes CD-ROM trail guides,
two of which are now available (Sierra Nevada North, and
Sierra Nevada South)".
MyTopo.com - "Custom-printed, waterproof, USGS topo maps shipped
to your door for around $15."
- One of the cheapest places to find deals on outdoor gear
for your next adventure.
- Online resourse for rock climbing and bouldering out of
Bishop, California. Loads of books for sale.
Nature Prints - "This web site offers
a collection of Sierra Nevada related prints, cards and
t-shirts, as well as items produced by botanical illustrators
whom Peggy (the owner of this page) admires, such as L.
& D. Klein. A percentage of Sierra Nature Prints' profits
will be donated to the Central Sierra Environmental Resource
Outdoor Guides - "Sierra Outdoor
Guides publishes more than 30 guidebooks and maps detailing
the Eastern Sierra Nevada region of California".
Trading Post - Good place to find reasonably
priced backpacking and camping gear.
Outdoor Store - "The internet's
premier source for the best outdoor products."
- Offers a wide selection of recreational and professional
level topographic maps.
Press - Wide variety of outdoor books
California Tourism - General
Excitement - Information, links, chat,
and more. Anything and everything "exciting" in
- This page gets high marks. Loads of information on anything
and everything there is to do "outdoors" in the
great state of California.
Recreation Association - "If you
are a business, organization or individual who is involved
in recreation or tourism in California, and are interested
in finding more fun things to do, or effectively promoting
your activities, The California Recreation Association is
dedicated to doing precisely that."
- General California section, but outdoor oriented and lots
of High Sierra information. "A collection of thousands
of California photographs and links. Practical information
about road trips, SUV car camping, weekend get aways, travel
ideas and local adventures."
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