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Encompassing America's deepest valley and two of its highest and wildest mountain ranges, the Bishop area offers a variety of recreational and cultural opportunities to its residents and visitors. From hiking and biking, to fishing, boating, skiing, sightseeing, river rafting, and numerous other activities there is never a day that can't be spent enjoying the out doors. Learn more about Bishop and it's surrounding areas by visiting the sites below:
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More about the Eastern Sierra Region
The Eastern Sierra has excited scientists and naturalists, stimulated artists and writers, and attracted those with a passion for the outdoors since the 1920's. A rich human and geological history, the unique intermingling of Great Basin and alpine environments and an environment conducive to creativity, make the Eastern Sierra a wonderful place to gain an education. Plato, given the opportunity, would have developed his Academy in this "land born of ice and sculptured by fire".
The Eastern Sierra College Center offers the communities within the Inyo
and Mono Counties a comprehensive educational program, including courses
for: transfer, general interest, general education, and occupational
programs. Students within the communities of Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Big
Pine, Lone Pine, Independence, and Death Valley (as well as other locations)
may enroll in day, evening and on-line classes. College centers are
maintained in the communities of Bishop and Mammoth Lakes.
ESCC Bishop Links