June Lake Fall Colors – October Sierra Getaway
I took a memorable eastern Sierra fall color tour during late October. This popular recreational lake was as far south as I made it on this trip. Here are some photos of June Lake fall colors I captured.
The Lake is located just north of more touristy Mammoth Lakes. I drove the June Lake Loop, photographing the changing leaf colors along the way.
While I might not rate this area as high as other eastern Sierra fall color destinations, it is quite beautiful. Also more developed with amenities people might be interested in. The lake offers fishing, boating, and of course, hiking.
It’s not just the aspens along the lake, I actually noticed some scenic fall color stretched on the drive south to get here as well.
Although I didn’t spend too much time at June Lake, I did make it a point to take a quick hike with a picnic.
Overall, I do think leaf peepers will enjoy visiting. I had some surprisingly good Mexican food in town, and do keep in mind that June Lake Brewing Co is (obviously) based there.
Next fall I plan on traveling further south to Bishop Creek. The photos of creekside aspens I’ve seen there look spectacular. Check out more of my eastern Sierra fall color adventures. I plan on adding not only to those pages over time, but all of this website in general. It’s a continual work in progress…
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I’m Nathan Allen, photographer / creator of YosemiteParkPhotos.com (Yosemite Photos) and international travel site I Dreamed Of This. In truth, I lived in San Francisco, New York, & Singapore…but nothing compares to life in the mountains. I share my experiences HERE.