This section of the California Visitors Network
focuses on the High Sierra region of California. California's Sierra Nevada mountain range serves as a beautiful backdrop to a spectacular region known for its natural beauty and year-round activities. Lush forests teaming with wildlife, glaciated granite domes, spectacular waterfalls, towering groves of Giant Sequoias, aquamarine pools, lakes, and tributaries, and two of California's three renowned National Parks: Yosemite National Park and Giant Sequoia National Forest. California's High Sierra region's eastern area is filled with some of the area's most rugged and magnificent terrain. The eastern sierra stretches from Lone Pine in the south to the Nevada line in the north and contains many of the sierra's most awe inspiring settings.
Nestled between Yosemite and Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, California's Central Sierra contains some of the most pristine wilderness suitable for camping, hiking, fishing and a myriad of other recreational opportunities. The Lake Tahoe area is a complete all-season travel destination. With 300 sunny days per year and endless activities to pursue, your vacation awaits you in California's beautiful Lake Tahoe.