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Hermitfest 2018 Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway Benefit

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 08 September 2018


Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway Benefit September 8

Hermitfest 2018, Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway

Save the Date – Hermitfest 2018,
EPNSB, 2018.


The 12th Annual Ebbetts Scenic Celebration or Hermitfest is September 8th,
Pine Tree, September 3, 2018.


The Bottom Line
All the mountain folk have been having a real bad fire year, so far, which has seriously affected life. So head on up the Highway 4 Corridor to show your support for the people and the place, especially during the hard times.

The Carson Iceberg Wildernesss is still closed, (as of the 5th), but there's a couple of days of potential free car camping on the East Flank, after the concert, and Highway 108 has opened up as the Donnell Fire comes under control, so a nice loop route visiting the Toiyabe NF and Emigrant Wilderness looks do-able now.

Donnell Fire



The Hiker's Physical Perspective

Terrain North & South of Ebbetts Pass

North of Ebbetts Pass

Mokelumne Wilderness


South of Ebbetts Pass

Carson Iceberg Wilderness



The Trail Guide

Ebbetts Pass

Lake Alpine Trailhead at Bee Gulch


Highway 4 Resupply

Lake Alpine Lodge




Trail Culture Forum




September 2018 News of Man & Nature




News of Man & Nature


Climate Destruction News



Bee News

Bear News

Spider Forum

Bird News

Small Mammals

Frogs and Reptiles

Butterfly News


Health and Fitness

Mountain Safety

Mosquito News

Female Trail

High Sierra History


Astro-Phys, Space, & Science News

High Sierra Geology News

Fish, Oceans, & Water News



All High Sierra News





2018 hermitfest Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway benefit


Originally Published
2018-09-05 20:53:07

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