Starting just east of Los Angeles, in the Mojave Desert, U.S. 395 provides one of the great drives in the United States. It begins in the high desert of Southern California, and ends at the Canadian border. In-between, Route 395 crosses some of the most desolate land in California, as well as taking you to high elevations and some of the most magnificent mountain views in the world, where the Sierra Nevada range stretches high from the desert floor, with the lower 48's highest peak looming above the town of Lone Pine. Sierra Links

Lying just east of the Sierra Nevada and north of the Mojave Desert, the Owens Valley is one of the least known and thus most underrated places for vacationing in the state. With the High Sierra to the west and the Inyo and White Mountains to the east, this spectacular valley provides the entrance to Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the lower 48 states, and to a wealth of other outdoor adventure attractions including the John Muir Wilderness and Death Valley National Park. California #395 Sierra Vistas - Read More > 

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  • Scenic 395

    Starting just east of Los Angeles, in the Mojave Desert, U.S. 395 provides one of the great drives in the United States. It begins in Read More
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&nbspThe Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545
760-876-9909