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Alabama Hills

A rugged landscape in eastern California known for its unique rock formations, natural arches, and Hollywood film backdrops within the Sierra Nevada.

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Alabama Hills is a stunning geological landscape located in California's Eastern Sierra region. Although it is not a national park itself, it serves as a unique stop on a road trip from Yosemite National Park to Death Valley National Park, offering travelers a contrasting view of natural beauty with its distinctive rock formations, arches, and scenic vistas. It provides a perfect opportunity to stretch your legs and capture some breathtaking photos amidst the rugged terrain, bridging the lush landscapes of Yosemite with the stark desert of Death Valley.

gocamp 1 week ago

When heading down the 395, this is a must see. The landscape immediately transforms into something so otherworldy, it's hard to put into words. It is no wonder this location has been a long time favorite of the movie industry.

chiefseeker 4 years ago

The only word that comes to mind is otherworldly. The Alabama Hills seem to appear out of literally no where and feel like you've landed on Mars.

chiefseeker 3 years ago

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    Danali National Park‘s Mount McKinley (aka Denali) in Alaska takes the prize for the highest peak in the United States at 6,190 meters (20,310 feet). In fact, Alaska has the top 10 tallest mountains in United States! Coming in 2nd through 10th place we have: Mount Saint Elias on the Yukon, Canada and Alaska border, […]

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