Alabama Hills
​Lone Pine

The outstanding features and environment of the Alabama Hills have attracted movie makers from all over the world. 

Onion Valley Trailhead

Trails from Onion Valley provide access to the John Muir Wilderness and Kings Canyon National Park. Turn west on Market Street.  Drive 15 miles to the trailhead at 9,600 feet.

Mountain Light Gallery

Established in 1983 by world famous nature photographers Galen and Barbara Rowell, the gallery is open to the public

Eastern California Museum

The Eastern Californian Museum, located at 155 N. Grant St. in Independence, is open daily and weekends.

Laws Railroad Museum

Five miles north of Bishop on Hy. 6. This museum transfers you back to a time when the railroad station was at the center of the action in many western towns.  Open every day.

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
​Big Pine

Take State Hwy 168 just north of Big Pine. Drive east 13 miles to White Mountain Road. Turn left (north) and drive 10 miles to the Schulman Grove Visitor Center. 

Lone Pine Film Museum
​Lone Pine

This collection tells the story of filming around Lone Pine from Hopalong Cassidy to modern block-busters such as Iron Man.

Places to Visit