California's  Most Underrated Mountain Town

Himanshi singh        Nov  25 , 2022

#Weed

You’ll enjoy soaking in the natural beauty of the surrounding lakes, rivers, forests, and wildlife. While you’re in the area, check out the Klamath Mountains to the south. 

#Burney

No visit to Burney is complete without a hike through the underground lava tube and a visit to the McArthur-Burney Falls.  

#Idyllwild-Pine Cove

Tahquitz Peak and Suicide Rock surround the town and offer fantastic hiking and rock climbing opportunities. In addition, Lake Fulmor, a small artificial lake, 

#Ojai

Just north of Los Angeles sits the spectacular town of Ojai with a modest population of approximately 7,000 people 

#Lone Pine

Lone Pine is a mountain town like no other, completely surrounded by mountain ranges. Mount Whitney, which towers over the small town, 

#Bass Lake

A nice quiet vacation in the Sierra National Forest awaits in Bass Lake. With a small population of approximately 200 people, you’re sure to find peace and quiet here.   

#Tiburon

Tiburon brings the best of both worlds, with coastal views and mountains just a short drive away. San Francisco, to the south, is accessible by both car and ferry.    

#Auburn

A hub during the gold rush, it’s still a bustling place. The Placer Wine Trail, which features over 20 rustic wineries includes some of the best wine California has to offer.     

#Kirkwood

Kirkwood is an underrated California mountain town to visit in the winter. With fantastic ski hills, you’ll want to check out the Kirkwood Mountain Resort.    

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