Mt. Langley rises 14,032' (4277m) above sea level in the crest of the Sierra Nevada. It is the ninth highest peak in the state and the seventh highest in the Sierra. Langley is often regarded as one of the easier 14ers to ascend, but hey that's sort of an oxymoron!
March 6, 2015 we entered the Eastern Sierrra. A short backpack hike up the closed road lead us to our first night's destination. We set up a quick camp and set off for a night hike to Lake Sabrina. The hike was fun, but almost mandatory to restore some feeling in our toes, it was surley below freezing.
On a thunderous day in the Sierra's we set off to explore some hot springs. The chance of rain was eminent so climbing Owen's River Gorge was a bust, the peaks of the surrounding mountains started getting covered in snow.