203 South Trail, Mono County
Location: Mono County, CA
Features: Hiking trails, bike friendly
203 South Trail
Mono County is a county located in the east central portion of California known for its interesting mountain, Mammoth Mountain, and lakes namely Mammoth Lake, June Lake, and Mono Lake – a haven for tufa arising out of the salty and alkaline lake. One of the county’s interesting spots is ‘Bodie’, the official state gold rush ghost town, which is now a California State Historic Park. Apart from the historic park, Mono County is also known for the 203 South Trails, a paved path found in Mammoth.
Top 3 Adventure Hacks
1) Own a comfortable backpack
Mono County is known for its interesting mountains as well as lakes. An ill-fitting backpack – one that does hug the curve of your spine – can cause discomfort.
One backpack we love to use is the Ultralight Heavy-Duty Day Pack.
2) Bring a camera
One of Mono County’s interesting landmarks is ‘Bodie’, the official state gold rush ghost town, which is now a California State Historic Park.
3) Bring the right accessories – get organized
A dry sack is a helpful accessory to keep your gears organized inside your bag.
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