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Eastern Sierra Federal Lands Job Fair

June 10 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Mono Basin Phalarope Festival

June 18 @ 11:30 am - 4:00 pm

ESIA offers year-round interpretive hikes throughout the Sierra Nevada. Our fall color hike explores the beauty of the changing colors in the Sierra. In the winter, we take to the snowy trails of Mammoth Lakes area with snowshoes discussing the local trees, winter animal communities, and snow science. ESIA has joined the Bureau of Land Management – Bishop Office and Alabama Hills Stewardship Group to help share why the Alabama Hills National Scenic Area is a very special place.

Mammoth Lakes Snowshoe Hikes

Discover the Wonders Of Winter –Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center

Select Thursdays in January and February from 1130am- 1:00pm (Jan 12, 19, Feb 9, 16, 23) Not a skier or snowboarder but still want to get out into the snow? Join an ESIA naturalist for a free guided snowshoe tour. You will learn about winter ecology, snow science, and so much more. Snowshoes are provided and no prior experience is necessary. The tour will be approximately 1 mile long and will last about 1.5 hours. No sign up required and all are welcome.

Alabama Hills Interpretive Hikes

Be sure to check our EVENTS page for latest hikes!

Hiker at the bottom of a hill with Mobius Arch above