devils postpile

ShareTweet Today was going to be an ambitious day at Mammoth Mountain!  The first journey in the morning would be up to Minaret Vista for photos in the morning (at night or sunset photos at Minaret Vista generally suck!), followed by a trip to June Lake and a ride up to the top of the […]

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ShareTweet When you plan to go to Devils Postpile National Monument you’ve got a few options. If you’re just there for the day you can take the shuttle down from Mammoth Mountain for a $7.00 per day fee (summer 2011 price), $14.00 for three days or a season pass for $35.00. If you are a […]

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ShareTweet With the tire problems with the 2011 Subaru Outback I had to figure out what I could do without having to drive anywhere today.  I’d already done and seen most of the sights around Mammoth Mountain including taking the Mammoth Mountain Gondola to the Top of The Sierras and spent a few days down […]

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ShareTweet Today would be the second day in a row at Devils Postpile in the Mammoth Lakes area of California.  After a hike to Devils Postpile, Upper and Lower Rainbow Falls as well as Reds Meadow the hike today would be over to Minaret Falls, Devils Postpile and then down to Rainbow Falls once again […]

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ShareTweet When you go to Mammoth Mountain and take the shuttle down to Devils Postpile National Monument there are two waterfalls that are easily accessible, Rainbow Falls and Minaret Falls.  While Rainbow Falls is the more scenic waterfall and much more widely photographed and promoted, the hike to Minaret Falls is well worth the time […]

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ShareTweet Rainbow Falls is one of two waterfalls (the other is Minaret Falls) that you can hike to fairly easily when you visit Devils Postpile National Monument near Mammoth Mountain.  In order to get to Rainbow Falls you’ll need to take the Devils Postpile shuttle down to Devils Postpile.  Even though Devils Postpile is a […]

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ShareTweet Among the treasure trove of things to see when you get the pass to Devils Postpile in Mammoth Lakes is the lower falls below the big Rainbow Falls.  The first trip down to Devils Postpile consisted of a hike past Devils Postpile and a trip to Rainbow Falls which is about a 5 mile […]

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ShareTweet Along with Rainbow Falls and Minaret Falls, when you go to Devils Postpile National Monument, Reds Meadow is one place you’ll want to stop if you have time while hiking around the other amazing sights near Devils Postpile.  Reds Meadow is a pack station along the road where the Devils Postpile shuttle bus goes […]

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ShareTweet When you buy the bus pass to Devils Postpile you get access to trails that go by Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls, Minaret Falls, Reds Meadow and other stunning natural wonders in the Mammoth Lakes area.  The pass costs $7.00 for a day, $14.00 for three days and $35.00 for all you can eat access […]

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ShareTweet With 6 days of skiing left in the Mammoth Mountain summer ski season, the crowds are dwindling, the snow is holding up well on the open runs and the deep blue skies are filled with bright sunshine all day long!  The parking lots are rather crowded because there is so much going on at […]

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