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Owens River bisects the Owens valley. It is a windy stream that offers some fishing holes, abundant water foul, some other critters. Flowing all year. Very pretty late October into November with color change.
While in the Lone Pine area, Owens Lake popped up on our radar. Some folks may just bypass this altogether; but if you are into bird-watching, a bit interested in the environment, or just want to learn little of history, I would recommend a stop...More
The Owens River runs along the Eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. Thais portion of the Owens is East of Lone Pine. The river is scenic, it also offers fishing for trout and other species of fish. There is fairly good access via...More
Granted it's been a while since I looked for the river, but there hasn't been much there since the 1920s-1930s when Los Angeles decided it could use all the water in the valley for its expanding city. And where there's water, there's electricity.