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BASS LAKE WATER LEVEL UPDATE

Bass Lake water levels will begin being lowered after Labor Day September 5th, 2022. For now, the lake remains mostly full, and is here waiting for you! Feel the lake breeze in your hair. Listen to the soothing water sounds. Drift to sleep . . .

BEAR SEEN BEHIND BASS LAKE REALTY

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Above is a photo of the Bear seen behind Bass Lake Realty.

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BASS LAKE UPCOMING EVENTS

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BASS LAKE LIVE AT THE PINES RESORT

May 27, 2022 Through Labor Day Weekend

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BASS LAKE SUMMER VIBES LIVE MUSIC

May 27 through September 5, 2022 At Bass Lake Marina Bar & Grill

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MILLER’S MOVIE NIGHT ON THE WATER

Various Fridays Through August

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YOGA ON THE LAKE

At the Pines Resort

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BASS LAKE LIVE AT THE PINES RESORT

August 18, 2022 – Featuring UNFAZED

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GUZZLE N’ GROOVE AT BASS LAKE

August 26, 2022

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BASS LAKE LIVE AT THE PINES RESORT

September 1, 2022 – QPop Radio

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ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR

At The Pines Village September 2-4, 2022

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Sun Behind Half Dome Yosemite Bass Lake Realty

UPCOMING YOSEMITE EVENTS

Ranger-guided interpretive programs at The Redwoods in Wawona covering a variety of topics.

Tuesdays through August 30th 7:00 – 8:00pm

In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams at Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite.

Mondays (1:00pm – 5:00pm) and Wednesdays (9:00am – 1:00pm) through December 28th.

Untamed: Photographs by Jimmy Chin at Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite.

Daily beginning September 1st through September 24th 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Paint & Sip art class at Yosemite Valley Lodge, Yosemite.

Beginning September 2nd, Fridays (2:00pm – 4:00pm) through September 30th.

In The Field – Creative Smartphone Photography at Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite.

Beginning September 3rd, Wednesdays (9:00 am – 12:00 pm), and Saturdays (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm), through November 26th.

BASS LAKE HIKING TRAILS

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Bass Lake From The Top Of Way Of The Mono Trail

WAY OF THE MONO TRAIL

Rating : Easy.

Stretch your legs on a path that people and animals have traveled for hundreds of years. This 1-mile loop trail has a 150 feet of elevation gain and offers sweeping vistas of Bass Lake at the halfway point.

Interpretive signage and grinding stones teach about the history of the land and the native people who lived here.

Find the trailhead parking area across the street from Little Denver Church Day-Use Picnic Area. (Reminder : It’s a good idea to bring $10.00 for parking in the day-use areas.)

GOAT MOUNTAIN LOOKOUT

Rating : Strenuous.

Named for the creatures that grazed here in pioneer days. Returning from the fire lookout at the top of Goat Mountain, you might feel like a billy-goat, too.

Although the trail is rated moderate on some channels, be prepared for 9.8 miles, out and back, with more than 1,000 feet of elevation gain.

If you are looking for a challenge on two feet, you’ve found it.

The Goat Mountain Trail is great for mountain biking, too.

WILLOW CREEK TRAIL TO ANGEL FALLS AND DEVIL’S SLIDE

Rating : Very Strenuous.

On the north shore of Bass Lake, explore this moderate-to-steep 3.1 mile out and back hike carefully.

When visiting a waterfall or fast-moving waters like Willow Creek, use EXTREME caution.

Give these waters respect!

Like a wild animal, give it space. If it looks slick, it probably is — so don’t go there.

Be aware that along the way, you may encounter poison oak, mosquitos, and even midges.

Courtesy of Visit Yosemite | Madera County

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A large construction project is coming to the Bass Lake area.
Please exercise patience, use caution, and drive safely around the
work zones as the work is being completed.

ROAD HAZARDS ABATEMENT STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM BEGINNING SOON

BASS LAKE — Work on the Madera County Roads Hazard Abatement Stewardship Project is set to begin in mid-July. Work will occur throughout the rest of 2022 as weather and conditions allow. There will be hand crews and mechanical teams working on roads near Bass Lake.

Teams will begin with work on Road 420 between Road 223 and the private lands on 420 and Road 223 past Road 426.

Crews will move onto Road 426 from the turn-off to the Forks Resort and 273 (Bass Lake Upper Road).

This 567-acre project is made possible by a Shared Stewardship initiative with the Bass Lake Ranger District of Sierra National Forest, CAL FIRE MMU, and Yosemite/Sequoia Resource Conservation & Development Council (YSRCDC).

YSRCDC is contracting with South Fork Forest Solutions, Summit Land Management, and Willis Logging, Inc. This project provides a
suite of benefits, including reducing hazardous fuels and implementing fuel breaks and defensible fuel profile zones, which will protect
nearby communities at high risk of wildfire.

In addition to the fire abatement, this will also create safer roads by reducing overgrowth and allowing visibility around corners, reducing shade on the roads in the winter, allowing for sunlight to melt ice, and creating safer escape routes in the event of evacuation from the areas.

Complementary to this project are the Cedar Valley Private Lands Project and the Sugar Pine Private Lands Project, which are currently active, and the Goat Mountain Fuel Break, which was completed in 2021.

The strategic approach of treating on both private and public lands provides a holistic and contiguous treatment across the landscape
to reduce hazardous fuel loading in high wildfire risk areas. It also provides firefighting personnel with strategic and advantageous
points to attack a wildfire should an incident occur.

This mitigation will have piles left for the U. S. Forest Service and CAL FIRE to burn in the winter months when conditions are ideal.

The Madera County Roads Hazard Abatement Project is part of YSRCDC’s larger Madera Strategic Wildfire Mitigation Project
(MSWMP). MSWMP funds the strategic implementation of fuel breaks and defensible landscape projects in Eastern Madera County
to protect up to 15,000 habitable structures, businesses, infrastructure, and community resources.

Funding for this project was provided by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection as part of the California Climate Investments Program.*

Courtesy of Sierra News Online.

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