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The Mono Craters
Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area, California

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Camp Near Mono Lake

Camp Near Mono Lake

Camping in the Jeffrey pine forest east of Mono Lake

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 9, 2007
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Alkali Lake Near Benton

Alkali Lake Near Benton

Alkali Lake, west of Benton

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 9, 2007
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Bald Mountain warming hut

Bald Mountain warming hut

This log cabin on the summit of Bald Mountain provides emergency shelter for hunters, skiers, and snowmobilers in winter.

Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 29, 2015
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Fire lookout on Bald Mountain

Fire lookout on Bald Mountain

The treeless summit of Bald Mountain provides a perfect spot for a fire lookout covering the Long Valley caldera and Mono Craters.

Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 29, 2015
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West slope of Bald Mountain

West slope of Bald Mountain

The western slopes of Bald mountain afford a birds-eye view of the Mammoth and Long Valley area.

Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 29, 2015
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Mono Tunnel road

Mono Tunnel road

A pipeline tunnel big enough to drive through runs eleven miles in a straight line under the Mono Craters. Opened in 1941, it was built to conduct water from the Mono Basin through the divide and into the Owens River and eventually the Los Angeles Owens Valley Aqueduct.

Inyo National Forest, California

Date photographed: July 29, 2015
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