Thanksgiving Break: Eastern Sierra Adventure

mono lake eastern sierra

Join us for a Thanksgiving Break you will never forget!  The Eastern Sierra Nevada is one of our favorite places in the world!  Jagged mountains tower 10,000 feet above the valley floor.  Besides ridiculously amazing scenery, this is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts.  Rock climbing, hiking, snowshoeing, and kayaking are some of the potential activities.  The Alabama Hills of Lone Pine, Mammoth, June Lake, Mono Lake, the Ancient Bristlecone Pines, Bodie and Tuloumne Meadow of Yosemite National Park are some of the locations to explore.  Since the weather is unpredictable during this time of year in the mountains, we are keeping our itinerary flexible. Participants on this trip will have a say in the final itinerary based on your interests.  It is sure to be and amazing experience!

Dates: November 25 (5pm) through November 30 (9pm)

Cost: $400


Guides, transportation, food (except for meals on the road), camping gear, camping fees, environmental fees, and entrance fees.


Meals will be provided from breakfast on Wednesday until lunch on Sunday, as well as snacks throughout the trip.


We will be camping in 2- or 4-person backpacking tents. Facilities will vary by campground.


You must have shoes for hiking. Flip flops are not permitted. Temperatures may be below freezing and warm, insulating layers will be required. 


You will receive a detailed packing list upon registration and we will review it at a pre-trip meeting in early November.

bristlecone pine tree