Category Archives: Mono County

Some Thoughts on California’s Wildfires

Sometimes it takes a series of related events to really get someone’s attention.  In this case the related events are California wildfires and the “someone” is me.  There is plenty of objective evidence indicating that 2018 has been, and continues … Continue reading

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West Walker River Trail to Hoover Wilderness

The West Walker River Trail is, I think, a relatively unknown trail along CA-108 between US-395 and Sonora Pass, passing southward for some 17 miles from the Leavitt Meadows Trailhead in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and into the Hoover Wilderness.  … Continue reading

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Pacific Crest Trail from (near) Sonora Pass to Boulder Lake Trail

For the fourth and final day of a car camping and hiking trip I hiked again with friends on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), this time north from Sonora Pass to the Boulder Lake Trail junction where we’d joined the … Continue reading

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