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"American naturalist and author John Muir called the Sierra Nevada mountains ""the most divinely beautiful of all the mountain-chains I have ever seen."" The Sierra Nevadas are an awe-inspiring mountain range, rising from 11,000 to 14,000 feet high."... More »
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The Sierra Nevada is a mountain range in the Western United States, between the Central Valley of California and the Basin and Range Province. The vast ...

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The professional snowboarder's biggest conundrum is deciding which Sierra Nevada adventure to tackle next. As a pioneer of big mountain snowboarding, ...

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Sierra Nevada, also called Sierra Nevadas , major mountain range of western North America, running along the eastern edge of the U.S. state of California.

www.bbc.com/travel/story/20170214-the-secret-side-of-the-sierra-nevadas

Feb 15, 2017 ... The Sierra Nevada Mountains in California and western Nevada are one of the US' most celebrated ranges, home to breathtaking Lake Tahoe ...

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Explore the Sierra Nevada, the Range of Light, and enjoy photos and descriptions of activities such as Mountain Climbing, Backpacking, Hiking and Fishing.

www.sunset.com/travel/california/sierras

Many of the Sierra Nevada mountains' best sights—unlikely as it seems—are waiting for you to discover them.

www.discovery.com/tv-shows/north-america/travel-guide/sierra-nevada-mountains

Sierra Nevada Mountains is home to the Yosemite National Park, where you'll find the tallest waterfall in North America. Learn more at Discovery.

www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/places/states/california/ca_sierra.htm

The Sierra Nevadas form a natural barrier along California's eastern border that forced most early emigrants to swing north into Oregon or south through Utah ...

www.nps.gov/articles/cascadesierra.htm

Aug 17, 2017 ... At that time, an arc-shaped chain of volcanoes, similar to the present-day Cascade volcanic arc, erupted where the Sierra Nevada now stands.