Devils Postpile National Monument Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Sotcher Lake
    Sotcher Lake
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    Wildlife

    by goingsolo Written Sep 10, 2006

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    In the early morning hours, I encountered several deer, including this one that was grazing right off the trail to the monument. They aren't very fazed by people, altough this one turned his back and gave me a view of his white tail, but its still a good idea to keep your distance. After all, its their home and not yours.

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    Sotcher Lake

    by mht_in_la Updated Dec 28, 2003

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    Sotcher Lake

    I think if Devil's Postpile allows private vehicles, Sotcher Lake would probably attract a lot more visitors. The lake is actually outside the boundary of the Monument. Surrounded by Sierra forests, Sotcher Lake's water is clear and calm. Since it's outside the boundary, fishing is probably allowed. In the photo there's a small boat with people fishing on the lake.

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