My Lone Pine

Named after a solitary pine tree that once stood at the mouth of Lone Pine Canyon, this small California town’s roots stretch back into the Old West — and Hollywood’s Wild West, too.

More About Lone Pine

Back in the mid-1800’s, the town of Lone Pine was founded to supply local miners with provisions. Farmer and ranchers followed soon after, and after that, the Carson Colorado Railroad pulled into town. Read More!

Lone Pine Film History Museum

Explore, the museum’s extensive collection of real movie costumes, movie cars, props, posters, and other memorabilia.

Lone Pine Film History Museum

This collection tells the story of filming in the area in and around Lone Pine from the early days of the Round Up to the modern blockbusters of today such as Iron Man. Read More!

Climbing Mt. Whitney

Many visitors to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are interested in seeing Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the “lower 48″ states.

Climbing Mt. Whitney

However, Mt. Whitney is on the east side of the Great Western Divide, a chain of mountains that runs north/south through the center of Sequoia National Park, “dividing” the watersheds of the Kaweah River to the west and the Kern River to the east. Read More!

Find Your Passion

From hiking and biking; camping, bird watching and fishing; to golfing, hang gliding, horseback riding and more – Lone Pine has it all.

A Trip to Remember

Mt. Whitney is the most frequently climbed mountain peak in the Sierra Nevada, if not in the U.S. Learn why and plan your trip today!

Unforgettable Views

The snowcapped peaks in the Great Western Divide reach altitudes of 12,000′ (3657 meters) or higher.

Highest Peak in the Lower 48

Many visitors to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are interested in seeing Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the “lower 48” states.