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Alex founded localfreshies.com® in 2014 to be the #1 website providing the “local scoop” on where to eat, drink & play in mountain towns throughout North America. When he’s not writing and executing marketing strategies for small businesses & agencies, he’s in search of the deepest snow in the winter and tackiest dirt in the summer.

Bishop Visitor Blog Posts by Alex:

Revitalize Your Spirit And Body With A Spring Escape To Bishop

Revitalize Your Spirit And Body With A Spring Escape To Bishop

Spring is a time of revival. Nature is coming out of its winter slumber. Flowers begin to bloom. Animal’s frolic and the earth re-awakens to life again. This season symbolizes new beginnings. Use this time to restore your soul and dive into a California vacation that...
Tip Toe Through The Lupine In Bishop This Spring

Tip Toe Through The Lupine In Bishop This Spring

The fresh and fragrant smell of wildflowers. The warmth of the sun against your skin. Even though every season has its merits, spring in Bishop’s big backyard is our favorite… or until the next season arrives. Like a well-orchestrated symphony, wildflowers start slowly typically in February and climax with blooming fireworks in the high country around early July. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect and where to find the best wildflower displays in the Owens Valley and Death Valley.

Even Easier To Get Into Bishop’s Big Backyard – New Winter Air Service

Even Easier To Get Into Bishop’s Big Backyard – New Winter Air Service

Instead of sitting in the car for hours upon hours, you’ll now have the opportunity to fly into Bishop Airport, also known as the Eastern Sierra Regional Airport via San Francisco, and Denver. Each of these routes will operate daily through winter giving you access to world class climbing, skiing, and even golf at the Bishop Country Club and fishing on the Owens River.

Snowshoe in the High Sierra– 3 One-Of-A-Kind Adventures

Snowshoe in the High Sierra– 3 One-Of-A-Kind Adventures

photo credit Instagram user @jc_pascual Winter-time activities offer you clean-crisp air, snowbound vistas, lesser crowds and so much more. So, for this season, consider a snowshoe adventure in the High Sierra. Fresh snow has arrived this early season, as 50 inches or...