Sunday, January 29, 2023

Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway


Travel Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway and experience glacially carved valleys and canyons, ancient volcanic peaks, and rugged granite snow-capped ridges. Two State Park gateways feature the northernmost groves of giant sequoias in the U.S. Driving on this narrow asphalt ribbon brings the backcountry up close, renewing spirit and body.

Drive the Byway:

Begin in Arnold, CA on SR 4. Travel northeast to the end of SR 4 at the junction of SR 89 in Alpine County. Continue north on SR 89. End at the town of Markleeville.

Length: 61.0 mi (98.2 km)
Time: Allow two hours to drive or five hours to explore the byway.
Fees: None

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