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Back to the past.

If you are traveling to/from Mammoth Lakes this is a road to take if you get tired of 395. Located... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2015
Glenn Y
,
Los Angeles, California
via mobile
Strangely fun!

We drove this just before we headed out of Lone Pine. Had lots of fun running around and staging... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2012
streetfighter1979
,
Sydney, Australia
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Located in the Alabama Hills, this road leads visitors to popular film shoot areas.
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15 Jan 2015
“Back to the past.”
3 Nov 2012
“Strangely fun!”
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Reviewed 15 January 2015 via mobile

If you are traveling to/from Mammoth Lakes this is a road to take if you get tired of 395. Located between Bishop and Loan Pine. Dusty but easy drive. Impressive landscape. You can easily imagine westerns and action movies shot there in the 30's. Route...More

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Reviewed 4 November 2012

We drove this just before we headed out of Lone Pine. Had lots of fun running around and staging shoot outs and such. Pay close attention to the maps. It's a bit confusing. I like that it isn't sign posted though. The Alabama Hills are...More

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