Experience the High Sierra and Scenic Highway 108
No matter one’s definition of adventure—it awaits along the Highway 108 corridor. Magnificent vistas, trails, lakes, rivers and streams create endless opportunities for camping, hiking, biking, boating and rafting, fishing, horseback riding and winter sports featuring breathtaking scenery and fresh mountain air.
- Start your day with a one hour leisurely walk on the Tuolumne Utilities district ditch trail
- Go for a swim or hang out at the beach (many cabin rentals include access to Twain Harte Lake, a local favorite)
- Golf 9 holes at Twain Harte Golf Course or try your hand at miniature golf
- Have lunch at Cover’s Apple Ranch
- Enjoy a movie or a concert in the park (Summer Only)
- In the winter, go to Black Oak Casino for indoor fun or relax by the fire in your cabin.
- Head up to Pinecrest Lake and go swimming
- Eat lunch at the snack shack, The Steam Donkey or at Mia’s down the street.
- Rent a kayak, small motor boat, or a paddle boat at the marina.
- Horseback at Aspen Meadows Pack Station or rent a bike and ride through Pinecrest Lake Recreation Area
- Go for a 4 ½ mile hike around Pinecrest Lake
- Enjoy a family friendly current movie at Pinecrest Lake Amphitheater.
- Get a one day fishing license in Pinecrest and go fishing at Pinecrest Lake.
- In the winter visit Leland Meadows, play in the snow at Pinecrest Lake or ski at Dodge Ridge. Rent snowshoes and snowshoe on Crabtree road.
- It’s up to the high country for a day of fun
- Go to Clark Fork and explore the many hiking trails located at the Arnot Trail Head or travel to the end of Clark Fork Road for a shaded walk around a lush green meadow.
- Head up to Kennedy Meadows Resort for spectacular fly fishing and lunch. If fishing is not your thing, consider a two hour, half day or even a full day horseback ride into the Emigrant Wilderness.
- Travel another ten miles from Kennedy Meadows Resort up Highway 108 and take a selfie on the pacific crest trail
- In the winter, park at snow park for a day of snowmobiling (if you have one), cross country skiing or snowshoeing.
- Take Sonora Pass to Highway 395
- Take a driving break at Levatte Peak where you will find views of the Levatte Valley.
- Visit mono lake visitors center then travel five miles to Mono Lake to see the hauntingly beautiful tufa formations and the vast amount migrating birds.
- Spend the rest of your day hiking in Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park.