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It has been a dream of mine to visit this location! The Postpile was amazing to see and the informational post around it were educational! Explore the surrounding area and hike a little further to walk along the PCT or JMT! A great place to...More
Definitely worth seeing as part of going to devil's post pile and rainbow Falls together when visiting mammoth lakes. Be prepared for the altitude. The distances are not that long but the altitude takes a lot out of you.
Interesting structures and nice hike to the spot. You cannot drive up to the monument during summer, but I sure didn't want to with the tight streets! We got there at 8am and had no trouble getting on the shuttle, it did get crowded later...More
It takes a little effort to drive to the parking lot and walk in, but it is worth it. Devil’s Tower in Wyoming is the only thing I have seen as comparable. Easy hike in and out, lots of fun people on the trail. A...More
We pulled in to Devils Postpile on a Sunday afternoon in August and there were plenty (about 50) campsites open throughout the National Monument. We decided on Minaret Falls Campground because of the proximity to the San Joaquin River.
We loved the Minaret Falls Campground....More
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The post pile trails is an easy trail. From the shuttle road it is a relatively flat and easy trail to the postpile. There is an easy although uphill, rather steep, trail to top of postpile. Takes only a few minutes and... More
The post pile trails is an easy trail. From the shuttle road it is a relatively flat and easy trail to the postpile. There is an easy although uphill, rather steep, trail to top of postpile. Takes only a few minutes and no climbing gear. So I call it easy but a little steep at end to the top. Lots of fun trails in mammoth