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Alabama Hills

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Alabama Hills

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Robin Ray Writer wrote a review Nov 2020
Stanton, California17 contributions1 helpful vote
I am never disappointed when I visit the awe inspiring Alabama Hills! Everywhere you look you see the glory of earth in the making. I would highly recommend a visit to this fantastic place.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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ggintruckee wrote a review Nov 2020
Truckee, California1,061 contributions153 helpful votes
Outdoor exploring at it’s finest either by vehicle, foot or bike. Glad we finally took the time to explore the area more.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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yacro wrote a review Nov 2020
Los Angeles, California252 contributions174 helpful votes
Lots of boulders/wild west like scenery with quite a few things to do there too, hiking/wandering/arch hunting/visiting movie locations/atv/camping/photographing/rock climbing....etc. At a minimum is the drive through the area on Movie Street and maybe visit the movie locations. I went on a bit of short hikes, and on the Arch Loop hike, and drove the length of Movie Street without stopping in an unhurried pace, and visited Miss Alabama, and that took me 3 hours. I found the area to be interesting enough to be worth a visit if you close by, but not spectacular enough to make a dedicated visit. Visiting in November was perfect weather, as there is no shade unless you are hiding behind a boulder, and this place is really hot in summer. The town of Lone Pine is just a few miles away and you can get all of your supplies there.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Wildwoodatheart wrote a review Sep 2020
Santa Rosa, California675 contributions241 helpful votes
This is one of those places that I'd like to go back to explore more. It's not a place you want to spend a lot of time in when it is over 100 degrees outside. We drove in, and got out of the car to walk around just a bit, but there is really no shade. If you were a rock climber, this would be heaven. The landscape and views are out of the old west, so it is worth a visit, even if just in your car. In a cooler season, it would be really fun to spend more time exploring here.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steve G wrote a review Aug 2020
Eugene, Oregon1,732 contributions168 helpful votes
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Stopped and saw a little bit of movie history, great scenery, priceless views of the area, August is a good time to visit ...
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Date of experience: August 2020
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