Welcome to High Sierra
High Sierra is perfect for camping, adventuring, or exploring the local culture. California’s mountainous east beckons nature-lovers everywhere, who flock here to experience the wide range of environments and activities available at any time of year. From some of the most famous national parks — Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia, all offering incredible mountain scenery — to lesser-known gems, like Calaveras Big Trees and Bodie State Parks, there is much to see and do.
Without Yosemite, there would not be a national park system. The park, established in 1890, was the first of its kind and with some of the best hiking trails and magnificent views, Yosemite is the place for a memorable vacation.
Driving around this region is the best way to see everything it has to offer, and get ready to strap on your hiking boots — getting into the wilderness is often the only way to truly experience the High Sierra. But if you’re looking for a more comfortable experience, there are also plenty of lodges that accommodate visitors of all inclinations.
Plan a trip with a rental RV from Mighway, and let the journey unfold.
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Yosemite National Park
From the valley floor to the peaks of El Capitan and Half Dome, Yosemite National Park wows visitors with grand vistas, natural phenomena and unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation. You can visit giant redwood groves in Wawona, learn about Native American history in Curry Village or gaze at the park’s famous waterfalls, from Bridalveil to Yosemite Falls.
Lake Tahoe is well known for its crystal-clear waters and extensive recreation opportunities. Several days can be devoted to exploring all of its shores — including Emerald Bay, the small inlet where the water looks green in the summer. All around the lake’s granite shores, you can engage in kayaking, jet skiing, biking, hiking, fishing, boating, and plenty of other activities.
The Eastern Sierra
The Eastern region has its own kind of unique and dramatic beauty, and many opportunities for historical immersion and outdoor sightseeing. Bodie State Historic Park preserves a ghost town over 100 years old, You’ll love Mono Lake, with its prominent tufa formations drawing the eye. The alpine Mammoth Lakes, are a great recreation area in both the summer and winter.