Methuselah Walk

The Methuselah Walk is a moderate loop through a grove of Great Basin Bristlecone Pines, which grow to be the oldest non-clonal organism on the planet, with the Methuselah tree reaching an estimated 5,063 years old. That is twice as old as the average sequoia.Distance: 4.5 MilesElevation Gained: 800'Difficulty: EasyTime: 1:45Critters: NoneGet there like this.Note: …

Convict Lake

Convict Lake is a subalpine lake about 15 minutes south of the town of Mammoth Lakes. In addition to a network of trails extending into the mountains above the lake, there is a fun and rewarding 3.3 mile loop circumnavigating the lake. While this lake differs from the usual alpine lakes of the High Sierra, …

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