I think your best bet is to hit up other JMT hikers for a ride home. In 2008 I finished on a Sunday and had a bunch of offers for rides to the Bay Area.Message 1 of 4 , Mar 29, 2011View SourceI think your best bet is to hit up other JMT hikers for a ride home. In 2008 I finished on a Sunday and had a bunch of offers for rides to the Bay Area. Unfortunately I was going to LA! Luckily though a deal came through while I was having dinner in Lone Pine from a pair of Whitney hikers.Since you have an extra day plus, I suggest talking to people at Guitar Lake and Whitney Summit. If that fails, then make a sign and hang out at the Portal Store.JimOn Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 8:22 AM, Roleigh Martin <roleigh@...> wrote:
MtWhitneyShuttle.com and hitchhiking are the two weekend ways to get out of Lone Pine. RidgeCrest, CA (south of Lone Pine) has a car rental service that supports one way car rentals.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 11:17 AM, mountain_minerals <mbrown4444@...> wrote:Hi,------------------------------------
If the ESTA bus only runs M-F then does that mean there is no public transport out of Lone Pine on a weekend?
Similar to the earlier poster I am planning to get into LP on a Friday PM and had thought to head out on a bus the following morning (I need to be back in SF to make a flight on the Monday).
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