We'll be exploring the lower elevations of Bishop Creek within sagebrush habitat with Inyo National Forest botanists!
We will see blooming perennial flowers such as globemallow, desert paintbrush, golden forget-me-nots, and flowering shrubs such as blackbrush, desert peach, and spiny horse brush.
This will be a slow out and back walk on a dirt road with a moderate uphill on the way out.
Meet at the old entrance station parking area on Highway 168, about a 15 minute drive from Bishop.
- From Bishop, head west on Highway 168.
Approximately 2.5 miles after Buttermilk Road.
- Just after passing the “Bishop Creek Recreation Area” sign, turn right into a small paved parking lot with a
- Make your way toward the upper end of the parking lot to the OHV kiosk.
This will be our meeting spot at 8:30am and we will be walking up the 7S15 road.
Bring water, snacks, hat, and hiking shoes.
For more information contact Blake at email@example.com
Wildflower Walk - Lower Bishop Creek
- Lower Bishop Creek