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GABA, Greater Arnold Business Association

GABA, Greater Arnold Business Association

We are proud to introduce you to the greater Arnold area, which stretches approximately 47 miles along a section of California Scenic Highway 4 in the Central Sierra Nevada through the towns of Hathaway Pines, Avery, Arnold, Dorrington, Camp Connell, Bear Valley, Lake Alpine and over Ebbetts Pass.

Starting at an elevation of 3,000 feet in the Sierra foothills and winding up to the 8,500 foot high Sierra range, you’ll experience every season at its best from color-”full” Springs and cool Summers to dramatic Fall foliage and picture-postcard Winter scenes. With attractions including Calaveras Big Trees State Park, the Stanislaus National Forest and Bear Valley and with excellent recreational opportunities such as camping, hiking, downhill and cross-country skiing, fishing, swimming, kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, golf and tennis, the greater Arnold area beckons the traveler seeking relaxation, adventure and clean, mountain air.

We invite you to read on and become acquainted with “The Ebbetts Pass Wonderland” in the gold country’s Calaveras County. Feel free to call us at 1-800-225-3764, ext. 29 or 209-795-0904. We look forward to your visit.

Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway (Click on this link!)

The Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway is a 61-mile stretch of California’s Highways 4 and 89, from the east end of Arnold in Calaveras County to Markleeville in Alpine County. The high-country road links two state parks – Calaveras Big Trees and Grover Hot Springs – the Carson-Iceberg and Mokelumne National Wilderness areas, the Pacific Crest Trail, Bear Valley and the Stanislaus and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests.

Ebbetts Pass is one of the last remaining wild trans-Sierra passes and California’s newest National Scenic Byway, only one of seven designated byways in California and 126 in the nation. Carved by Native Americans, gold seekers and later by silver miners, the Ebbetts Pass NSB is a vital link to central Sierra attractions.

Unlike most roads over the Sierra, the Ebbetts Pass corridor is still wild country. The byway ranges in elevation from approximately 4000′ to 8732′. Expansive views of granite outcrops, basalt columns, ancient volcanic peaks, deep river canyons, glacially carved valleys, majestic stands of conifers including Giant Sequoias, open meadows, clear mountain lakes, and swiftly flowing streams and rivers can all be experienced along the route. Wildlife inhabits the entire length of the corridor. Along the way, you can find historic relics of the people who lived here before as well as present day resorts and recreation facilities.

The Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway offers plenty of adventure, solitude and wild miles. Slow down. . . and savor the Sierra!

Address:P.O. Box 2385

Arnold, CA 95223


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