On foot, skis or 4x4, Friends of the Inyo gets people outside to share the stories of this place and grow the family of people who will love and care for the Eastern Sierra today and tomorrow.
Exploration outings - Each year, Friends of the Inyo leads numerous outings to explore public lands. From Chocolate Mountain high above Eureka and Deeps Springs Valley to Glass Creek Meadow in the Owens River Headwaters to regularly scheduled, free naturalist tours in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, there is no better way to explore your backyard than with Friends. Click here to check out our calendar of events.
Get Out - To aid in the exploration of this place, we've created a series of ersatz hiking guides - short descriptions of great places. All of these have also been featured in our bi-annual newsletter, the Jeffrey Pine Journal.