Sat, Oct 1, 2022
Jackie and I were camped in the Stanislaus National Forest just west of Foresta and Yosemite National Park. It was the last of three days we spent in the area, with today's outing being a couple of short hikes before driving home. Perhaps the most interesting note of the day was discovering is a way to drive into Yosemite in the summertime without passing through the entrance station. The two peaks were just north and south of our campsite, so there wasn't much driving to reach them and we were done by 8a.
The more enjoyable part of the day was driving back out to SR120 via a combination of the Old Coulterville Road and other Forest roads heading northwest and north. We spent about an hour on the dirt roads, enjoying the views, before exiting onto SR120 at the Rush Creek Lodge, just west of the Yosemite Boundary. Time to head home...
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