Spring

Spring

Wildflower blooms vary depending on season and on yearly weather patterns, including winter snowfall and spring and summer rain. Altitude also plays a role in when and where wild flowers bloom. Kendra Knight from Bluebird Imaging joins us to give a few tips for wildflower photography in the Eastern Sierra.MORE

For many a local angler, spring is the best season of them all. After the joyful kick-off to another trout season and the chaos and crowds of “Fishmas” dissipate, the region returns to its quiet, slack-season ways. So it’s easy to feel like you’ve got the whole world to yourself during most spring days in the Eastern Sierra.MORE

As the spring sun begins to shine, rising above the White Mountains on the horizon, Mammoth skiers and snowboarders wake to a frosty morning. They begin their coffee and breakfast rituals while gearing up for the day. But there is plenty more to do than just ski and snowboard, or run.MORE

It’s the most wonderful time of year in Mammoth. The snow up high on the mountain is holding up to the warm days, but still freezing at night and turning into epic corn in the late morning—leaving plenty of time in the afternoon for a bike ride. And if you can find the energy to go for a run in the evening before the sun sets you’ve got yourself the ultimate Sierra trifecta.MORE

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