Join Us for a Weekend Adventure in the Alabama Hills March 13-15!

Join us for the Alabama Hills Weekend Camping Trip from March 13-15!

Located in Lone Pine, CA under the shadow of Mount Whitney, the Alabama Hills have been featured in hundreds of Hollywood films, from old westerns to sci-fi classics. Dust off your cowboy hat, and get ready to explore this geological wonderland!

We’re excited to be joined by camper Jaymie Shearer, creator of the Mug Life Project. Jaymie is a lifestyle photographer on the road, exploring the power of community and how it can be created with something as simple as a mug. As a souvenir of our weekend together, each camper will get to take home a vintage travel mug.

Beginner and experienced campers welcome. Let us show you how easy and fun camping in the outdoors can be! Only 10 spots available. Early bird campers get $50 off until March 4, so register today!

Trip Highlights
  • Explore the Alabama Hills Arch Loop Trail, including the Mobius Arch
  • Photography Workshop: Capturing Landscape at Golden Hour
  • Arts & Crafts: Painting with Watercolors
  • Hand-picked vintage travel mug souvenir
Ticket Includes
  • Two gourmet dinners
  • S’mores around the campfire
  • Fresh morning coffee
  • Campsite fees/permit
  • Wilderness First Aid Certified Guide
  • Leave No Trace Instruction
Itinerary

Friday: Meet at Tuttle Creek Campground near Lone Pine, CA. Set-up camp. Relax with dinner and s’mores.

Saturday: Coffee and breakfast. Hike and lunch on the Alabama Hills Arch Loop Trail (extended). Painting with watercolors back at camp. Short hike for Golden Hour Landscape Photography Workshop. Return to camp for dinner and s’mores.

Sunday: Sunrise hike. Return to camp for coffee and breakfast. Break down camp. Tour the Lone Pine Film History Museum. Lunch at Alabama Hills Cafe before return to Los Angeles.

Accommodations

We have reserved a spacious group tent site at Tuttle Creek Campground, located 4.5 miles from the town of Lone Pine, CA. Amenities include chemical toilets.

What to Bring

Campers should bring their own tent, sleeping bag and equipment. Dinner is included both nights, but you should pack your own breakfast (Saturday and Sunday), lunch (Saturday), snacks and drinking water. Fresh coffee will be provided each morning. We practice Leave No Trace to enjoy the environment responsibly, so make sure to bring your own mess kit and reusable water bottle. Check out our Packing List and Gear Guide for recommendations.

Transportation

Campers are responsible for their own transportation. Shoestring Adventures will help organize carpools. Each passenger will contribute $10 toward their driver for gas (not included in ticket price).

Become an Official Member

Once you register for your first event, you will become an official club member and receive 10% off future events with your personalized discount code.

Other Important Stuff

Every camper must sign a Release of Liability and “Leave It Better” Pledge. Click each link to review and print at your convenience. For other questions, check out our FAQ or email alyx@shoestringadventures.com.

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