Stretching from the nation’s low point in Death Valley National Park to the high point atop the jagged peak of Mt. Whitney, and including the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to the oldest trees in the world, Inyo County is a land of extraordinary extremes. Beauty, solitude and challenging outdoor adventures beckon in Inyo County’s six million acres of public land. These expansive, wide open spaces are a stunning playground for campers, hikers, rock climbers, anglers, skiers and photographers and artists. We hope you enjoy our “side” of California.