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Fire and Ice: A Land of Contrasts- Interpretive Hike with Jean at McGee Creek

Come join our White Mountain Ranger District- Trail Ambassador Jean, on an interpretive hike along McGee Creek. Description: The Sierra Nevada and the Mono Basin have been sculpted by volcanoes, glaciations and wildfires. Explore the changing environment on a 3 hour walk making our way up the McGee Creek trail. This trail is moderate although it does gain elevation. Where: McGee Creek Trailhead When: 9am - Noon Saturday, 6/29 Please bring lunch, water, layers, and wear hiking appropriate footwear. Binoculars, cameras, and other accoutrement are encouraged! Register by emailing Lindsay@friendsoftheinyo.org  Since participation is capped.

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Mt. Whitney RD Trail Day: Tuttle Creek

Horseshoe and Granite View intersection Lone Pine, CA, United States

Come Join Friends of the Inyo and the Inyo National Forest for some good ol' fashioned trail work on the Tuttle Creek Trail. Where: We will be meeting at the intersection of Horseshoe Meadow Rd and Granite View (limited parking) we will carpool in high-clearance vehicles to the TH and working on the Tuttle Creek trail up towards the Ashram. Note: the roads getting to the TH are in rough condition, AWD and High Clearance are recommended. When: Sunday, June 30th at 9 am till noonish What: We will be performing much needed trail work from the trailhead and beyond!...

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Event Series Nature Based Yoga every Friday

Nature Based Yoga every Friday @ Pokonobe Marina- Lake Mary, Mammoth Lakes

Pokonobe Marina 3863 Lake Mary Road,, Mammoth Lakes, CA, United States

Come Join Trail Ambassador Jean for some Yoga in Nature!  She will take you through a yoga flow, with modifications appropriate for all abilities, that looks similar to familiar asanas- but might have some fun nature based themes :) Where: Pokonobe Marina When: Fridays 8:30 AM Thanks to the Town of Mammoth Lakes for making programs like these possible:

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June Lake Trails Day 2024 – Patriotically on Independence Day Weekend!

june lake community center 90 W Granite Ave, June Lake, CA, United States

2024's Annual June Lake Trails Day, Saturday July 6th     WHEN: Saturday, July 6th, 2024 from 8:30am to 12:30pm   WHERE: Meet at the June Lake Community Center Parking Lot/June Lake Community Park. Here   WHAT: Join June Lake Trails Committee and Friends of the Inyo for a fun morning of maintaining popular trails and picking up trash and fishing line around the June Lake Loop.  Friends of the Inyo will provide gloves, trash bags, and tools. Bring water, sunscreen, and appropriate footwear for hiking. No charge. All ages welcome!  

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Event Series Nature Based Yoga every Friday

Nature Based Yoga every Friday @ Pokonobe Marina- Lake Mary, Mammoth Lakes

Pokonobe Marina 3863 Lake Mary Road,, Mammoth Lakes, CA, United States

Come Join Trail Ambassador Jean for some Yoga in Nature!  She will take you through a yoga flow, with modifications appropriate for all abilities, that looks similar to familiar asanas- but might have some fun nature based themes :) Where: Pokonobe Marina When: Fridays 8:30 AM Thanks to the Town of Mammoth Lakes for making programs like these possible:

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Event Series Bennetville hike

Stories Set in Stone: Geology of the Sierra Nevada, Bennetville Interpretive Hike with Ellie

Join Trail Ambassador Ellie for a hike back in time at the Bennetville mine. Where: Meet at Junction Campground day use lot (before the bridge). MAP  When: 9am - noon on 7/13, 8/17, and 9/7 What: Explore the historic Bennetville mine and get an up-close and personal view into the geology of the Eastern Sierra. This hike will begin at an elevation of 9,500, and we will gain about 300 feet as we go up to the old mine and townsite. We will travel 2-3 miles round trip so bring snacks, water, and any other essentials for a hike. To...

Event Series Nature Based Yoga every Friday

Nature Based Yoga every Friday @ Pokonobe Marina- Lake Mary, Mammoth Lakes

Pokonobe Marina 3863 Lake Mary Road,, Mammoth Lakes, CA, United States

Come Join Trail Ambassador Jean for some Yoga in Nature!  She will take you through a yoga flow, with modifications appropriate for all abilities, that looks similar to familiar asanas- but might have some fun nature based themes :) Where: Pokonobe Marina When: Fridays 8:30 AM Thanks to the Town of Mammoth Lakes for making programs like these possible:

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Annual Rock Creek Lakes Cleanup 2024

Rock Creek Lakes Resort 1 Upper, Rock Creek Rd, Bishop, CA, United States

2024's Rock Creek Lakes Clean Up is planned for Saturday July 20th. Come Join Friends of the Inyo, the USFS, and Rock Creek Lakes Resort for a day of trash-grabbin' fun!   Where: Meet at the Rock Creek Lake Resort Parking lot When: Saturday, July 20th @ 9am-noonish What: collecting fishing line and other garbage from around the Rock Creek Lake shore and surrounding areas   Please come prepared with sun-protection: hats, glasses, SPF, close-toed shoes, and stoke! Friends of the Inyo will supply trash grabbers, gloves, and bags. Stick around for snacks and refreshments...yummm!      

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Event Series Mammoth Lakes Interpretive Hike

Mammoth Lakes Basin Interpretive Hike and Cyanotype Creation

Come join Mammoth Lakes Ranger District- Trail Ambassador Brian, on a gathering hike to Heart Lake and make a Cyanotype!   Where: You'll meet at the Heart Lake parking lot and Trail Head MAP   When: 9 A.M. till midmorning- on Saturday, July 20th, August 24th, and September 28th What: Heart Lake trail is a perfect ~1.5 mile stroll to collect leaves, rocks, flowers and other decorations to use in making a Cyanotype or "Sun-Print". Logistics: Heart Lake trail is an easy, 1.5 mi trail that gains ~500ft of elevation that starts and finishes at your car. This hike will...

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The Misunderstood Danger Noodle: a Sssiera Snake Walk- Bridgeport Interpretive Hike

Come join our Bridgeport RD Trail Ambassador Jordan for an exploration of all things slithery... Where: Meet at the Twin Lakes - Robinson Creek Trail When: 9am Saturdays: July 20th, August 10th, and September 14th What: Explore the reptilian world, and the perfect habitat of the scrubbrushy Eastern Sierra. You'll be hiking approximately 3.75 miles on the Robinson Creek Trail which has plenty of sun exposure. Please bring water, snacks, sun protection, and any other essentials for a hike in the Sierra. Register by emailing Lindsay@friendsoftheinyo.org  Since participation is capped.

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