Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

The Alabama Hills are like no where on earth, not even Alabama. But this makes since the area was not named after a place but a thing… a warship, the CSS Alabama.

Today we walked Mobius Arch Loop Trail (I refrain from saying ‘hike’ since it is only 0.6 miles long). This trail couldn’t be more lovely though, with its white capped Sierra Mountains in the background, surreal protruding rocks in the foreground, and chuckwallas popping out of cracks to bask in the sun.

I don’t think I could ever tire of this view.

3 thoughts on “Mobius Arch Loop Trail, Alabama Hills

  1. Denise says:

    There is absolutely no way to really capture the magic of this place. It is a shared love you and I have! Thank you for bringing me back to The Hills❤️

    1. We have great taste!

  2. tagpipspearl says:

    Remarkable rock formations. Sandstone? If time allows to make the trip, you would really appreciate Canyonlands N.P. in Utah. That, and Canyon de Chelly (on the Navajo Tribal land), are the most otherworldly places I’ve ever hiked in.
    Great pictures!

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