Episode 107 Ansel Adams Adventure Part One

December 30, 2013


Let the adventure begin

Let the adventure begin

In this first part of our adventure into the Ansel Adams Wilderness we take a drive up Highway 395 along the backside of the Sierras and make a quick stop in the Alabama Hills on our way to our first night’s destination in Red’s Meadow. We explore the famous Movie Flat Road and step inside the Mobius Arch before  a lunch stop at Jack’s Restaurant in Bishop California.


Trip Photos – Part One – Hwy 395 to Red’s Meadow

Video of our adventure

3 Responses to “Episode 107 Ansel Adams Adventure Part One”

  1. Steve O. Says:

    Hey Anthony, thanks so much for your podcast. I’m a former Californian, but have lived on the east coast for many years. I grew up hiking the Sierras but that feels like ages ago. Today driving to work in the bitterly cold, frigid darkness I listened to Ansel Adams episode 1 and was quickly whisked away in my imagination to those trails I hiked so long ago. I can still see the lakes in my mind. Please keep making podcasts! I’m inspired now to get my butt back out there and hike them again. We’ve got some pretty trails here in Virginia and West Virginia that I’ll be exploring some more this spring so at least I have that to look forward to. See ya! Steve O.

  2. David Says:

    Keep the podcasts coming Anthony! Love the be on your adventures via earbuds 🙂

  3. CanyonMan Says:

    Anthony, I took my wife, son and daughter here a few years ago and this has to be one of the most scenic hikes I’ve done. My family was blown away by the scenery and since this hike, my daughter continues to ask to go back. Listening to this took me back to that trip and reminded me of the great time I had introducing my family to the Sierras. Fortunately, we didn’t make it to Thousand Island Lakes, so it gives us a great reason to get back. Thanks for the trip back in time and keep up the great work.

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