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No matter how you arrive, one of Mother Nature’s finest works is awaiting your exploration!
Driving the windy mountain road I remembered visiting the region as a kid. This time I was heading to Red’s Meadow on my own to apply for a summer job.
For those in search of perfect fishing moments, there’s no better route to take you there than the 395 Trout Highway.
While motorboats are prohibited on the lake, canoes, paddle boards, and kayaks are permitted and even encouraged.
Recent Posts From Family Fun
The mission of the Kids Adventure Games is to offer events that are world-class, one-of-a-kind experiences that promote adventure, responsibility, and accomplishment for participants ages 6-14 years old. There is a strong emphasis on teamwork, problem solving, and fun with special awards given for sportsmanship, spirit, and environmental consciousness in addition to traditional age group awards.
That’s because when we take kids out fishing we’re actually offering them a lot more than a just day on the water or some basic knowledge about trout, casting or treble hooks. We’re helping to improve their lives in the present and the future.
The annual Kids Fishing Festival is one of our family’s favorite summer events in Mammoth Lakes! Held annually in July and now in its 28th year, the Kids Fishing Festival is a free event for kids 14 and under and their families that celebrates taking kids fishing and the importance of fishing to the eastern Sierra.
Recent Posts From Food and Dining
Stellar Brew is more than just a coffee shop, Walker has brought her love of healthy eating to the ingredients used in the pastry and other sweet treats, as well as the sandwiches, breakfast fare and anything else that’s edible there.
And Chef Algeröen does what he does very well. A consummate culinary...
It ‘s not the ingredients that matter; it’s the technique. For maximum flavor, meat should be seared, alcohol deglazed, and vegetables sautéed. With Chef Algerøen’s advice, I perfected Snow Bum Beef Stew. Here’s how you make it…