Eastern High Sierra trailheads between Lundy Canyon and Horseshoe Meadows including Yosemite National Park.
Lower Rock Creek
Lower/Middle Owens River
Bridgeport, Lee Vining, June Lake, Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Big Pine
Independence, Lone Pine.
SIERRA SHUTTLE SERVICE PROVIDES CHARTERED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR ACTIVE OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS TO ACCESS THE EASTERN SIERRA.
BACKCOUNTRY HIKING (JMT/PCT):
Access the Eastern Sierra between Lundy Canyon & Horseshoe Meadows including Yosemite National Park.
Shuttles for the most popular trails in the area.
Shuttle fishermen/women & boats on the Lower/Middle Owens river.
Mammoth/Yosemite airport, Mammoth Mountain Ski area, June Mountain Ski area & local town shuttles.
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HIKING MOUNTAIN BIKING FISHING SKIING AIRPORT/TOWN SHUTTLES
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SIERRA SHUTTLE SERVICE
EASTERN SIERRA AIRPORT AND TRAILHEAD CHARTERS
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