A return to Lundy Canyon, this time for waterfalls rather than Fall colors.
Evening at Mono Lake (Eastern Sierra, CA) 06-Aug-2022
Mono Lake is probably one of the most iconic and easily recognized features on the eastern side of California's Sierra Nevada. It's a 65 square mile (168 sq km) lake with no natural outlet. So even though it collects water from Lee Vining, Rush, and Mill Creeks (among others), evaporation makes its waters very salty... Continue Reading →
Days On Ice ~ High Sierra (1985 & 1988)
A walk down the nostalgia trail to the one time we devoted a long weekend to ice climbing in California.
Lundy Canyon (Hoover Wilderness) 29-Sep-2018
A full-on Fall color hike up Lundy Canyon in California's Hoover Wilderness.