Saturday, September 17, 2022

Spicer Meadow Reservoir & Ebbetts Peak - Stanislaus National Forest

On 27 August 2022, my parents and I spent a day in Stanislaus National Forest in California. We drove on State Route 4 and visited some of the side roads along the highway. We went to Hells Kitchen Overlook, Spicer Meadow Reservoir, Elephant Rock Lake, Union Reservoir, Utica Reservoir, Slick Rock Jeep Trail Trailhead, Lake Alpine, Mosquito Lake, and Ebbetts Pass. I took photos with my phone and with my mirrorless camera. I hope you enjoy viewing my photos! 

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Parts: Cellphone Photos | Mirrorless Photos

These photos were shot on my mirrorless camera. The photos are from Spicer Meadow Reservoir and near Ebbetts Peak.

Scenery photos of Spicer Meadow Reservoir. The photos were shot near Forest Service Road 7N01.


A sunset scenery photo shot near Ebbetts Peak and near Ebbetts Pass (State Route 4).
Approximate GPS location (type into Google): 38° 32' 43" N 119° 48' 57" W

Black and white process of the photo above.

A sunset scenery photo of Ebbetts Peak shot near Ebbetts Pass (State Route 4).
Approximate GPS location (type into Google): 38° 32' 44" N 119° 48' 56" W


A sunset scenery photo shot near Ebbetts Peak and near Ebbetts Pass (State Route 4).
Approximate GPS location (type into Google): 38° 32' 44" N 119° 48' 54" W

Black and white process of the photo above.

A sunset scenery photo shot near Ebbetts Peak and near Ebbetts Pass (State Route 4).
Photo shot near the same position as above.

A sunset scenery photo shot near Ebbetts Peak and near Ebbetts Pass (State Route 4).
Photo shot near the same position as above.

Travel Tip: The hiking trail up to the top of Ebbetts Peak is fenced off. You can still get some nice photos and panoramic views even with the partial hike (up to the fence) though.

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Parts: Cellphone Photos | Mirrorless Photos