Inyo County is a land of magnificent natural diversity. Mount Whitney is the highest peak in the lower 48 states and Death Valley is the lowest point in the US. Beyond this, experts agree that Inyo County has excellent trout fishing, hiking in the Sierra, magnificent vistas. In addition, Inyo County offers world-class alpine climbing, spring backcountry skiing, hang gliding, horsebacking and mountain biking!
Del Norte County is located in the far northwest corner of California, along the Pacific Ocean
adjacent to the Oregon border. The region features the world's tallest trees, scenic rivers and a rugged coastline with spectacular beaches and rocky shorelines.
Tehama County lies midway between Sacramento and the Oregon border and offers the
ultimate in healthful, leisurely living. It is the central point of widespread recreational areas
which provide hiking, camping, scenic tours, golfing, boating, hunting and fishing.
Imperial County shares borders with Mexico to the south, Riverside County to the north, San Diego County to the west, and the State of Arizona to its east.
Bring your dune buggy or other off-road vehicle to explore the diverse surroundings in Southern California.
The Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, the largest dune complex in California, extends more than 40 miles along the eastern edge of the Imperial Valley, split by Highway 78. Off-road vehicles are permitted. To the north, (the green section on the map), you are free to walk but there’s no sign and no trailhead.
Modoc County, located in the far northeast corner of California, is often called the “place where the west still lives” and is frequently compared to the beautiful expanses of Montana.
The warm, dry summers encourage camping, hiking, fishing, and water sports against the backdrop of the uniquely beautiful Warner Mountains, with their clear alpine streams and a high desert dotted with serene lakes. An ideal habitat for diverse wildlife, the area is home to bald eagles, peregrine falcons, goshawks, golden eagles, Rocky Mountain mule deer and elk, wild horses, burros and pronghorn antelope.
The Shasta Cascade Region is a gateway to outdoor adventure. With towering mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, cascading waterfalls, seven National Forests, eight National and State Parks, and thousands of acres of wilderness, the recreational opportunities, breathtaking scenery and historical points of interest are endless.
Largely undiscovered Lassen County, is a jewel of Northern California and an outdoor recreation paradise encouraging camping, hiking, fishing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing and cross-country skiing.