Explore Inyo County

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Welcome to Inyo County, what the locals call, the Other Side of California, is home to Death Valley National Park and the stunning Eastern Side of California’s majestic Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, where you will find more dramatic mountain and desert scenery than in any other region in North America.

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THE OTHER SIDE OF CALIFORNIA

Stretching from nation’s low point in Death Valley National Park to the nation’s 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.

LOWEST
LOWESTDeath Valley
Death Valley National Park, California is the lowest point in North America, with a depth of -282 ft (-85m) below sea level. Bring your clubs to the lowest golf course in the nation.
HIGHEST
HIGHESTMt. Whitney
Reaching an elevation of 14,508 feet, Mt. Whitney is the highest peak in the contiguous United States. It towers above Lone Pine, and 20,000+ people summit its peak each year.
OLDEST
OLDESTBristlecone Pine Forest
Methuselah, an ancient bristlecone pine is the oldest living thing on Earth. It can be found in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in Inyo County near Big Pine.

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