Adventure

Destinations: Monache Meadows

Escape the summer heat and head for the pine forests, sage-covered meadows, and flowing waters of Monache Meadows. Nestled high atop the Kern Plateau at an elevation of 8,000 feet, and surrounded by the Golden Trout Wilderness, this remote area offers plenty of solitude and fresh air. Opportunities abound for exploration along several dirt roads and the many hiking trails zig-zagging the region. Access is via a rough dirt road from the Kennedy Meadows area in Inyo National Forest, more details can be found here and here.

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Dave Bennett is the Founder of American Adventurist, a North America focused adventure travel lifestyle Forum and Independent Magazine. Currently based in the Midwest, Dave is a military veteran and an avid outdoorsman with over 30 years of back country experience in the most remote and challenging environments in North America, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East. Engaged in all facets of remote wilderness travel, Dave is an International 4WD Trainers Association Certified Trainer and a Tread Lightly! Master Tread Trainer.