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Tag Archives: Eastern Sierra

Glacier- California’s Gold (11004)

Join Huell as he hikes high up in the Eastern Sierra to visit the Conness Glacier in a stunning part of the National Forrest.  2009

Mono Lake Today-California’s Gold (138)

Join popular PBS host Huell Howser as he revisits Mono Lake, and sees how it has changed in the 15 years since he was first there. We’ll learn all about the tufa towers, the many migratory birds, as well as the efforts of the dedicated people who have worked so hard to restore and keep  Continue Reading »

Owens River-California’s Gold (137)

In the first half of this program, Huell traveled to the Eastern Sierras with the DWP to visit Owens Lake to see their efforts to minimize the dust problem that has plagued the surrounding communities for many years. Five years later, we go back to the same areas and see just how far along the  Continue Reading »

Devils Postpile- California’s Gold (1011)

Surreal, awesome, unbelievable, weird? These are just some of the words that come out of your mouth when you view the Devils Postpile. Located in the Eastern Sierras, this formation is one of nature’s true masterpieces. Towering 60 feet over the San Joaquin River the postpile looks like a huge cathedral pipe organ built entirely of  Continue Reading »

Hard to Get to- California’s Gold (411)

Join Huell on a unique adventure to two of California’s rarely seen natural wonders: the Bristlecone Pine, the oldest, continuously living thing on this planet found in the White Mountains of the Eastern Sierra, and magnificent Le Conte Falls deep in the rocky and steep terrain of Yosemite National Park. Inyo National Forrest 760-873-2500 Yosemite National  Continue Reading »