What's Ahead This Weekend

Staff Writer

Reds Meadow shuttle starts again June 13
The mandatory Reds Meadow Shuttle Bus, operated by the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority, will not resume operation until June 13 and will then run through Labor Day. For the latest in highway information visit the Caltrans QuickMap site or call (800) 427-ROAD.

Glass Mountain summit hike, June 13
The Friends of the Inyo will explore the 17,000-acre Glass Mountain Roadless Area on a hike to the peak's prominent summit. This is a strenuous all-day, steep, off trail hike with sometimes loose and rocky travel. The summit has extreme views of the Sierra, Whites and adjoining valleys. This roadless area is a potential recommended wilderness area under the Inyo National Forest's plan revision process. Estimated hiking time is six hours. Meet at Sawmill campground. For directions and to RSVP email Jora@friendsoftheinyo.org or call 760-873-6500.

Whitmore Pool opens June 13, swim for free
The Whitmore Pool is open Monday-Friday for Lap Swim and Swim Team practice, and opens for the season with a FREE Swim Day on June 13.

Twin Lakes cleanup, June 13
Join the Town of Mammoth Lakes, the Inyo National Forest, Friends of the Inyo, and MLTPA to give back to local public Lands on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System. All are invited to come out and do a little trail work at Twin Lakes. This will be the first Summer of Stewardship day of the season. There will be a free bagel breakfast by Old New York Bagel and Deli and lunch with great giveaways for all volunteers.

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