2S10 Glass Flow and Obsidian Dome

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Mammoth Lakes, California (Mono County)
Last Updated: 08/02/2022

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Highlight: 2S10 Glass Flow and Obsidian Dome
In the forest of Mammoth, California is an abundance of trails that many don't know about. Such trails are 2S10 Glass Flow Road and part of Obsidian Dome, that make a great place to get out of the city and just relax. The area is full of dense lush forest and several volcano calderas that, when last erupted, spewed their lava into deep snow creating what is known as Obsidian or lava that has turned into glass. This amazing and shinny rock is something cool to see. On top of the amazing scenic beauty that overlanders dream of, the area has a lot of dispersed camping and an improved campground for people that would like some amenities. Now the trails in the area make for some great adventures, including trail riding and hiking. So whether you are just wanting to get away and go camping for the weekend or you want to get out and check out some amazing natural scenic beauty, think no further than 2S10 near June Lake in Mammoth, California.
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