On Friday afternoon, we drove up to Lake Sabrina. The lake is at the end of Highway 168, about 19 miles from Bishop.
Our Jeep was straining during parts of the trip when the elevation went up rapidly, but during the summer the great part about high elevations is the drop in temperature.
Back in Bishop (4,150 ft elevation) the temp was in the mid-90s, but at Lake Sabrina (9,128 ft elevation) it was in the mid-70s.
The first thing you notice about Lake Sabrina is how low the water level is. Jan and I guessed it was at least 25 feet down.
We plan to come back and try some of the hiking trails.
Photos from our trip . . .
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Wow.. beautiful scenery.. but scary stuff about water reservoir levels.. very scary. Mary
Doesn’t look like much of a lake. Bad drought.
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