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Fishing in Soda Springs Meadow
The San Joaquin River runs through Soda Springs Meadow, creating ample fishing opportunities in the Monument.
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In early summer, visitors are greeted by impressive amounts of water in Minaret Falls.
Iron from Soda Springs creates the orange color visible in mid to late summer.
Hidden gems such as Reds Creek Falls await the dedicated hiker in the Monument.
Sunset over the Minarets
The long and winding road down to Devils Postpile provides visitors with stunning views of the Minarets and the Ritter Range.
Alpine Lake in Ritter Range
Many alpine lakes dot the High Sierra, accessed by trailheads in the Reds Meadow Valley.
Fall colors are reflected in the still waters of Sotcher Lake in the Reds Meadow Valley near Devils Postpile National Monument.
Garnet Lake at Sunrise
The sun creeps up on the Eastern Sierra at Garnet Lake, reached via the Agnew Meadows Trailhead.
Last updated: August 1, 2014