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Re: Historical, archeological, or "secret" spots in high country

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avatar Historical, archeological, or "secret" spots in high country
April 12, 2008 01:24PM
Anyone have "off the beaten" path interesting sites they want to share in the high country (May Lake, Glen Aulin, Sunrise Camp areas)? I will offer this one: South of Sunrise Camp is an alternate trail route to Merced Camp that passes through a gap between two steep hills I have heard called "Jane Mansfield Pass" . This route is very scenic and private crosscountry route that involves a scramble down (or up, depending on direction of travel) a granite slope.





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avatar Re: Historical, archeological, or "secret" spots in high country
April 12, 2008 02:33PM
That's Dolly Parton Pass.





Old Dude
avatar Re: Historical, archeological, or "secret" spots in high country
April 12, 2008 03:39PM
Lovelock Cave. It is out of the way.

Any word on Bodie Rd? If Monitor Pass is open...could Bodie be next?
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