Our Top Adventure Locations Visited in the Sierra in 2015
Sierra Mountains 2015 – What a great year of exploring in the Sierra. The Low 2015 snow pack gave us access to greater areas earlier and Sierra REC had a blast exploring new areas and sharing our adventures. As we sit and look into 2016 and the various places we look forward to seeing for the first time, here is an end of the year review of the top 16 places we explored in 2015!
1) Lake Tahoe and the Tahoe Rim Trail
2) Grovers Hot Springs in Alpine County
3) Horsetail Falls Trail off HWY 50
4) Family trip to The Gold Lakes Area in the Central Sierra
5)Yosemite National Park – Mist Trail & Vernal Falls
6) Nevada Falls
8)Shealor Lake in Alpine County
9)Emigrant Lake in the Central Sierra.
10) Winnemucca Lake
12)Family Day on the Ropes at Heavenly Mountain Resort and Views of Lake Tahoe
13)Sonora Pass – Many Recreational Stops
14)Devils Postpile and Rainbow Falls National Monument
15)Yosemite’s Elizabeth Lake Hike with Lifepoint Expeditions
16)The Great Tenaya Lake in Yosemite is one of my favorite places to just sit and enjoy the view.
So many great Adventures in 2015. And So many photos that did not make the list. Look forward to bringing you new places and new photos f the Sierra and all its great recreational adventures in 2016. Hope you are able to get out and explore for yourself. Send us your favorite adventure photos from the sierra or Hashtag us at #goexplore or #sierrarec.
Sierra REC Magazine is dedicated to sharing the events, news and adventure opportunities that exist in The Sierra Mountains. From Lassen Volcanic National Park to the North down through the Central Sierra and the Lake Tahoe Basin through the rugged eastern slopes of the Mono county and Yosemite National park to the southern tips near Sequoia National Park and the PCT trail. We invite you to share stories, trips and photos from your adventures in the Sierra. Please join us on Facebook, Twitter Google + and You-Tube or email us your events and photos at firstname.lastname@example.org #goexplore