The Sierra Nevada Mountains are located mostly in California and a bit in Western Nevada; and an ATV enthusiast could schedule his driving time for years just within the territorial scope of this range. There are so many ATV possibilities, and only so much driving time. The range runs about 400 miles on a SSE to NNW lean, in east central California. There are six major mountains in this group, Mt Whitney being the tallest in the lower 48. The others are: Mt Tyndall, Mt Langley, Middle Palisade, Mt Russell, and North Palisade.
More interesting to most ATVer, are the three national parks in the Sierra Range. These are Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Yosemite National Park. Lake Tahoe is in the Sierras, and what was the Mother Lode runs the western slope, the Comstock Lode runs the eastern slope. The history and majesty of this area is apparent while driving or riding ATVs anywhere in this mountain range. It makes you feel like a part of something grander than you can ever imagine. An ATV driver will enjoy the wealth of things to do everywhere they turn here.
There is something for every level of experience with ATV use to be found in the High Sierras. A beginner can have a wonderful time in the right areas here, and an old hand at ATV can find many suitable challenge runs. There are places to stay, eat, camp, fish, boat, hike and so much more. The High Sierras are a natural ATV high!