Mono Lake is Monolithic

Most will disagree with Mark Twain’s description in his 1872 novel “Roughing It,” where he describes Mono Lake as a “lifeless, treeless, hideous desert…the loneliest place on earth.” Quite the contrary, Mono Lake is a beautiful ever-changing oasis.  The monolithic lake shimmers under the bright blue skies as it reflects the jagged snow-capped mountains in the background. As in all things natural, there is beauty in everything…you simply must be willing to look for it.

Mono Lake is located off of highways 395 and 120 toward Yosemite. It’s the largest natural lake in California and a summer haven for water sports.  In the winter you’ll see people snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the area…I’ve even seen pictures of folks ice skating—however, given its salinity levels, I wonder how often that occurs.

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Mike Shubic

Mike Shubic is a seasoned road trip travel video blogger, traversing the byways of the world looking for those hidden gems of the road. From unique destinations, unexpected discoveries, creative cuisine, intriguing inns to exciting attractions…the road is his page. The experiences are his ink. And every 300 miles, a new chapter begins. Whether you live vicariously or by example, Mike will do the exploring so you can have an adventure.