Owens River 1900 Water Wars Tour: Saturday October 6th (8:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
Tour Leaves from the South Parking Lot of Museum @ 8:00 AM
The Valley-River, four wheel drive tour of the Owens Valley reviews the historical aspects of the “water war” and the development of the Los Angeles aqueduct. See how the river has made a comeback in recent years with mitigation and the increased river wildlife. The tour is led by California historian and wildlife photographer Page Williams. A four wheel vehicle is required. This will be a caravan tour and cover different areas around Lone Pine and down by the Owens River.
The tour is a Car Caravan and access to many of the movie locations are off-road and require walking over deep sand or rough terrain. It is imperative that one wear appropriate footwear, preferably hiking or trail shoes.
Travel to the movie locations is over dirt roads; in some cases moderate rough terrain. Most cars will not have a problem with access. Low clearance vehicles are not recommended. Four-wheel drive cars are best. CAR CARAVAN TOUR TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED “PER PERSON” NOT PER CAR. Persons not having a respective tour ticket will not be permitted on the tour.
CLICK HERE to READ Liability Waiver. Your purchase of a ticket designates that you have read and reviewed this waiver
About Your Tour Guide:
Tour guide Page Williams is a fifth generation Native Californian, and part time Californian Historian & Wildlife Photographer. Page has worked in the entertainment industry for over forty-five years, beginning first with The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The London Royal Ballet, and The New York Opera. She has worked here in Hollywood for the past 37 years, and has been on the I.A.T.S.E. Local 80 Executive board for sixteen years. - Probable time to move to Lone Pine!