The Eastern Sierra 4×4 Club is committed to sustainable land use and good off-roading practices. We are active in the community, communicate closely with government  agencies, take pride in our support of the

Guzzlers: Watering Holes for Thirsty Wildlife

In Owens Valley, California – the “Land of Little Rain” – the U.S. Forest Service and partners are storing and providing water for wildlife in “Guzzlers”.

 Bureau of Land Management policy of TREAD LIGHTLY on PUBLIC LANDS, and actively support the Inyo National Forest as a volunteer service organization.
The Eastern Sierra 4WD Club takes responsibility for promoting safe and sane four wheeling. Our club is open to anyone who supports our goals and is interested in exploring our wonderful area. We support conservation with utilization.
Our monthly off-road club runs vary in technicality from scenic day outings on easy to moderate roads, to challenging white knuckle trails, and overnight camping trips. If you like the outdoors, want to visit interesting places, hang out with friendly people and have a great off-road adventure, join us!

The club liaises and consults with land use agencies on local OHV issues


Organized club runs and participation in other 4×4 Association events

Community ActivitY

The club participates in a wide array of community activities in and around Bishop


We meet monthly in Bishop (or via Zoom during pandemics) – click below to join us

On the Trail

What you need to know for safe and responsible 4 Wheeling


Helpful links for 4-wheeling resources and local information and services


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September 22
Highway Cleanup
9:00 am – Meet 9:00 am at CHP weigh scale turnout south of Bishop on 395 south. After the cleanup Pat will lead a Run up Black Canyon so pack a lunch.

October 12
Club Meeting
6:30 pm – Astorga’s


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Wednesday, October 5
Fall Colors Run – Cabin Mine, Sagehen Meadows

Meet 8:30 am Bishop – Vons parking lot south of the gas station. Pack a lunch.