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Bristlecone Pine Forest


Bristlecone Pine Forest
Dog-Friendly Attractions
White Mountain Rd
Bishop,
California
760-873-2500

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This forest, located in the Inyo National Forest, is home to the world's oldest known trees. They are the ancient bristlecone pines. Some of these trees were growing when the Egyptians built the pyramids over four thousand years ago. At the Schulman Grove Visitor's Center, there are picnic areas, restrooms, outdoor exhibits and two self-guided nature trails. You can also get information on hiking trails in the area from the visitor's center. Open daily from Memorial Day through October, weather permitting. July through September are usually the best months for hiking in the White Mountains. Dogs are allowed on leash. Driving time from Big Pine to Schulman Grove is approximately 45 minutes on paved roads. Take Highway 168 east 12 miles from Big Pine to White Mtn Road. Turn left and drive ten miles to the Schulman Grove Visitor Center. The Bristlecone Pines can be viewed from the parking area of the visitor center and along three nature trails.




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