This year our fall foliage trip was to the Sierra Nevadas and Lake Tahoe in California. We loaded up the RV Van and headed out on Friday Oct 11 and made an overnight stop in Barstow, CA. The next day headed for US Route 395 which is on the eastern edge of the Sierras. We stayed 4 nights in Bishop, CA and made day trips from that location. My research had identified various creeks, lakes and canyons to visit.
The first canyon was Bishop Creek Canyon. The first stop was this little lake that Joann could get out and enjoy also.
Look for the waterfall in the third photo above. We were quite far away from it. Click to see more photos.
The next series of photos is from Round Valley Road. These give a good example of the type of flowers found everywhere.
As we traveled north we next went up Rock Creek Canyon.
The next stop was McGee Creek Canyon.
The next couple of photos are from Convict Lake.
Finally to finish out this part of the trip we drove the June Lake Loop. Although there were four lakes they did not afford many views with the trees except tiny Gull Lake right in the town of June Lake.