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  1. Whitney Portal Campground - Inyo National Forest

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    Whitney Portal Campground. Whitney Portal Campground rests in the shadow of Mt. Whitney, 12 miles west of the town of Lone Pine. Many who visit the campground come with plans to climb to the summit of 14,505-foot Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in California.

  2. Mount Whitney campground, road closed by earthquake

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    Jun 25, 2020 · Wednesday's earthquake of 5.8 magnitude triggered several rockslides in the Whitney Portal area, causing closure of the road to the Mount Whitney trailhead and the campground there.

  3. WHITNEY PORTAL CAMPGROUND - Prices & Reviews (Lone Pine, CA ...

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    Book Whitney Portal Campground, Lone Pine on Tripadvisor: See 5 traveler reviews, 6 candid photos, and great deals for Whitney Portal Campground, ranked #5 of 7 specialty lodging in Lone Pine and rated 4 of 5 at Tripadvisor.

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  4. Mt. Whitney Trailhead Campground - Inyo National Forest

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    Mt. Whitney Trailhead Campground. Mt. Whitney Trailhead Campground is located at Whitney Portal, 13 miles west of the town of Lone Pine. The 24 campsites in the walk-in campground have a one night stay limit. The camp is intended for those who are setting out into the wilderness the following day.

  5. Mount Whitney via Cottonwood Lakes Walk-in Campground ...

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    Mount Whitney via Cottonwood Lakes Walk-in Campground is a 29.5 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Lone Pine, California that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October.

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  6. WHITNEY PORTAL: This is the trailhead for both the Mount Whitney Trail and the Mountaineer's Route as well as many other mountaineering and climbing routes on Mount Whitney, Mount Russell, and Mount Carillon. Take US-395 to Lone Pine and then turn west on Whitney Portal Road. In 13 miles, you will reach Whitney Portal at an elevation of 8,365 feet.

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  8. Pack supported Mount Whitney trip › Sierra Mountain Center

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    Mount Whitney At 14,495′ Mt. Whitney is the highest peak in the lower 48 states and as such is the goal of many a hiker and mountaineer. A well-maintained trail on the south side takes the vast majority of these people to the top and back.

  9. Mount Whitney via Cottonwood Lakes - California | AllTrails

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    Mount Whitney via Cottonwood Lakes is a 57.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Lone Pine, California that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from July until November.

  10. Mt Whitney Hike – HikingGuy.com

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    The Mt Whitney hike is on every hiker’s bucket list. At 14,505 feet, it’s the highest point in the lower 48 and is one of those rare high peaks that you can hike to without any mountaineering skills.

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  11. Mt. Whitney - Recreation.gov

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    A $15.00 per person recreation fee is charged for trips entering the Whitney Zone (Mt. Whitney, North Fork of Lone Pine Creek, and Trail Crest Exit). The recreation fees are used to finance the on-the-ground wilderness programs in Inyo National Forest.