Devils Postpile Devils Postpile has a 20 site first-come, first-served campground for tents and RVs up to 37 feet in length. Current fees can be found on the website or by calling 760-934-2289. Inyo National Forest There are seven Forest Service camp-grounds in Reds Meadow Valley. Five campgrounds are first-come, first-served. We had a wonderful trip to Devils Postpile National Monument last month. It wasn’t anything like we expected but it was even better. So much to do and so many trails to hike and explorewe must make a return trip some day soon. First of all, its location is a little off the beaten path . You want to see Yosemite’s waterfalls, valleys, and beautiful trees — but so do 4.3 million others. Beat the crowds by going to Devils Postpile, home to the 101-foot high Rainbow Falls, impressive mountains, and the namesake Devils Postpile — a rare geologic formation of columnar basalt.Opportunities for hiking, fishing, biking, and even horseback riding are.
Devils Postpile Attractions and Activities. Those camped at Agnew Meadows Campground are close to the Devils Postpile and Reds Meadow with a variety of attractions for outdoor enthusiasts. Use the free shuttle to get from place to place anywhere in the Reds Meadow valley. Explore the geologic wonders of Devils Postpile National Monument.
How to Get To Devil’s Postpile. You have two options on how to get to Devil’s Postpile National Monument. The monument is located about 13 miles or a 40-minute drive from Mammoth Lakes. Option 1: Take the Red Meadow Shuttle. This shuttle runs from around mid-June to Labor Day. It runs from 7am-7pm.
Local phone: 760-934-2289. Reds Meadow Road opens mid-June: Closes in fall. This unique geological structure features thousands of hexagonal basalt columns formed 100,000 years ago when lava flow slowed and then cooled and cracked. The area is accessible in summer months, and a mandatory shuttle offers visitors transportation to Devils Postpile ...
Finish at DevilsPostpile National Monument, where frozen columns of lava pierce the sky around the volcanic shoulders of Mammoth Mountain. Enter DevilsPostpile from Inyo National Forest. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site.
When shuttles aren't running, there is a small parking lot at the Devils Postpile but it fills up quickly. Hiking trails: At Devils Postpile, there are 8 miles of trails that vary in fitness level. There's an 0.8-mile hike that takes you to the base of Devils Postpile and another 15 minutes uphill to reach the top of the postpile.
Nevada's Own Devils Postpile (GC1X4K2) was created by 4oxcart on 8/11/2009. It's a Not chosen size geocache, with difficulty of 1, terrain of 2.5. It's located in Nevada, United States.This odd looking landscape may take you back to a time when you visited Devils Postpile at Mammoth National Park, in California.