California’s Eastern Sierra

Leavitt Meadows

Leavitt Meadows is an easy-to-get-to destination for those coming from the Eastern part of the Sierra. At 7,000 feet elevation, it typically melts faster than the rest of Mono County each spring. Summer visitors enjoy trips with the pack station as well as camping, hiking and partaking in the region's famous trout fishing. Several lakes, 300-foot Leavitt Falls and the sunny Leavitt Meadows are within the vicinity. This is a great place to see the high elevation wildflowers of California. Located on Highway 108 (Sonora Pass Road), which intersects Highway 395 between Bridgeport and Walker, Ca. Accessible June through September, conditions permitting.

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