Although we’ve had a wetter winter than the last few years it wasn’t enough to stop the Tioga Road from opening before Memorial Day weekend.
Tag: "high sierra"
Well this photo is certainly going to make the choice where to go shooting in the morning a little more difficult.
Another shot of Cathedral Lakes this time looking down so you can see the makeup of the lakes. Talk about serendipity.
If you’ve never been to Cathedral Lake then you’re missing out.
Don’t let the thumbnail fool you, you have to see this thing big to appreciate today’s Photo of the Day.
Sometimes it’s all about being in the right place at the right time. Take for example today’s awesome Photo of the Day from Mike Reeves.
Tioga Lake is one of my favorite places to photograph and with this stunning photo from Beau Rogers it’s easy to see why.
Echo Peak with clouds, from Glacier Pt on April 20, 2012. (Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)
Here’s a really cool video of climbing Cathedral Peak by Andrew (aka MrAndrewsAdventures on Youtube). Here’s what Andrew had to say about the climb: During the second day of our backpacking trip along the John Muir trail, we scaled Cathedral Peak. We pretty much hiked it from the John Muir Trail and headed south to […]
Throughout the Sierra Nevada, high flat plateaus are found at elevations around twelve and thirteen thousand feet. These isolated sky islands are the home to unique plant communities that are found nowhere else.