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Guidebook for Lone Pine

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Mike & Diana

Guidebook for Lone Pine

Food Scene
Great service and food.
The Grill
446 S Main St
Great service and food.
No doubt a must eat! This place serves up some down home food for the sole.
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Alabama Hills Cafe & Bakery
111 W Post
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No doubt a must eat! This place serves up some down home food for the sole.
Really great pizza, they really can cook a pie here!
Pizza Factory
301 S Main St
Really great pizza, they really can cook a pie here!
Great place on the higher end with great steak and seafood.
Merry Go Round
212 S Main St
Great place on the higher end with great steak and seafood.
Parks & Nature
The Whitney Portal is 13 miles west of Lone Pine, CA, at the end of Whitney Portal Road. It is in a heavily wooded canyon, with towering granite cliffs on either side. The area includes 3 campgrounds, a picnic area, fishing pond and a stream. Trails from Whitney Portal provide access to the John Muir Wilderness and Sequoia National Park.
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Whitney Portal
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The Whitney Portal is 13 miles west of Lone Pine, CA, at the end of Whitney Portal Road. It is in a heavily wooded canyon, with towering granite cliffs on either side. The area includes 3 campgrounds, a picnic area, fishing pond and a stream. Trails from Whitney Portal provide access to the John Muir Wilderness and Sequoia National Park.
Horseshoe Meadow is a vast 10,000 foot high meadow, surrounded by lodgepole pine forest. Getting there is an adventure in itself; the road to Horseshoe Meadow climbs over 6,000 feet, as it winds its way up from Lone Pine. Three campgrounds are located in the Horseshoe Meadow Area. Trails from Horseshoe Meadow provide access to the Golden Trout Wilderness and Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park.
Horseshoe Meadow
Horseshoe Meadow is a vast 10,000 foot high meadow, surrounded by lodgepole pine forest. Getting there is an adventure in itself; the road to Horseshoe Meadow climbs over 6,000 feet, as it winds its way up from Lone Pine. Three campgrounds are located in the Horseshoe Meadow Area. Trails from Horseshoe Meadow provide access to the Golden Trout Wilderness and Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park.
Arts & Culture
In 1942, the United States government ordered more than 110,000 men, women, and children to leave their homes and detained them in remote, military-style camps. Manzanar War Relocation Center was one of ten camps where Japanese American citizens and resident Japanese aliens were incarcerated during World War II.
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Manzanar Visitor Center
5001 US-395
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In 1942, the United States government ordered more than 110,000 men, women, and children to leave their homes and detained them in remote, military-style camps. Manzanar War Relocation Center was one of ten camps where Japanese American citizens and resident Japanese aliens were incarcerated during World War II.
Explore, the museum's extensive collection of real movie costumes, movie cars, props, posters, and other memorabilia. This collection tells the story of filming in the area in and around Lone Pine from the early days of the Round Up to the modern blockbusters of today such as Iron Man. While you're here, don't forget to make the short trip up Whitney Portal Road and take the Self-Guided Tour of Movie Road and get a first hand look at real shooting locations of a great many motion pictures filmed in the beautiful Alabama Hills
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Lone Pine Film History Museum
701 South Main Street
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Explore, the museum's extensive collection of real movie costumes, movie cars, props, posters, and other memorabilia. This collection tells the story of filming in the area in and around Lone Pine from the early days of the Round Up to the modern blockbusters of today such as Iron Man. While you're here, don't forget to make the short trip up Whitney Portal Road and take the Self-Guided Tour of Movie Road and get a first hand look at real shooting locations of a great many motion pictures filmed in the beautiful Alabama Hills
Sightseeing
The Alabama Hills were formed roughly 100 million years ago, at the same time as the High Sierra. Summer heat and winter snow has shaped their peaks into the dramatic skyline you see today. Archeological evidence suggests that the area has been in use for over 10,000 years. It was and still is an important area for the Paiute tribe who once used the land for Native American ceremonies, hunting, interment of the deceased, traditional religious practices and plant gathering and processing. In the early 1860’s, the Paiutes were driven out of the area by settlers after many conflicts between the two groups over food and supplies. The Owen’s Valley Indian wars ended in the winter of 1862, in
Movie Flat Road
The Alabama Hills were formed roughly 100 million years ago, at the same time as the High Sierra. Summer heat and winter snow has shaped their peaks into the dramatic skyline you see today. Archeological evidence suggests that the area has been in use for over 10,000 years. It was and still is an important area for the Paiute tribe who once used the land for Native American ceremonies, hunting, interment of the deceased, traditional religious practices and plant gathering and processing. In the early 1860’s, the Paiutes were driven out of the area by settlers after many conflicts between the two groups over food and supplies. The Owen’s Valley Indian wars ended in the winter of 1862, in
an arch that perfectly frames Mt Whitney in its window. It is an easy 5-minute drive down a dirt road, then a 10-minute walk to the arch, a great trip for the whole family.
Mobius Arch
an arch that perfectly frames Mt Whitney in its window. It is an easy 5-minute drive down a dirt road, then a 10-minute walk to the arch, a great trip for the whole family.
Essentials
The only grocery store around.
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Lone pine market
119 S Main St
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The only grocery store around.
Drinks & Nightlife
No hard alcohol, Pool tables, karaoke.
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Jake's Saloon
119 N Main St
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No hard alcohol, Pool tables, karaoke.
Shopping
Elevation, Sierra Adventure Essentials, your neighborhood climbing/mountaineering shop in Lone Pine, outfitting hikers & climbers in the Mt. Whitney region and beyond! Check out our Recreation pages to find lower elevation climbing in the Alabama Hills, area Ghost Towns, bird watching sites & mountain biking trails!
Elevation Sierra Adventure
150 South Main Street
Elevation, Sierra Adventure Essentials, your neighborhood climbing/mountaineering shop in Lone Pine, outfitting hikers & climbers in the Mt. Whitney region and beyond! Check out our Recreation pages to find lower elevation climbing in the Alabama Hills, area Ghost Towns, bird watching sites & mountain biking trails!
Local hardware store that has one of everything!
Gardner's True Value Hardware
104 S Main St
Local hardware store that has one of everything!