Difference between revisions of "U.S. Route 395"

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*Pearsonville
 
*Pearsonville
 
*Coso Junction
 
*Coso Junction
*Olancha
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*Olancha, close to [[Olancha Peak]]
 
*Cartago
 
*Cartago
 
*[[Lone Pine]], one of the bigger towns (but much smaller than Bishop), and the nearest town to [[Mount Whitney]]
 
*[[Lone Pine]], one of the bigger towns (but much smaller than Bishop), and the nearest town to [[Mount Whitney]]
 
*[[Independence]], near [[Mount Williamson]]
 
*[[Independence]], near [[Mount Williamson]]
 
*[[Big Pine]], near one of the trailheads for the [[The Palisades|Palisades]]
 
*[[Big Pine]], near one of the trailheads for the [[The Palisades|Palisades]]
*[[Bishop]], the biggest town in the region
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*[[Bishop]], the biggest town in the region and the way to [[South Lake]], the other main [[The Palisades|Palisades]] trailhead.
 
*[[Tom's Place]]
 
*[[Tom's Place]]
 
*[[Mammoth Lakes]] (actually not on the 395 but close); small but important town, home to the best resort skiing south of Tahoe.
 
*[[Mammoth Lakes]] (actually not on the 395 but close); small but important town, home to the best resort skiing south of Tahoe.

Revision as of 14:14, 3 January 2011

The way to the Eastern Sierra. From Pasadena, we're lucky to have this route open all year! Northern sections (towards Mammoth Lakes) reach higher elevations are occasionally closed due to snow but are plowed quickly. To get there, take the 210 to the 5 to the 14 (or take the 15 to Hesperia).

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Towns

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See Also