Established in 1859 after the major gold rush in California. America's most notorious ghost town lies hidden in the hills east of Yosemite, south of Lake Tahoe and north of Mono Lake. It was once a bustling city with more than 10,000 inhabitants and produced more than $ 35 million in gold and silver. You can reach Bodie by a narrow winding highway that turns into an unpaved dirt road. When the winter snows come, this place often becomes impassable.
Bodie Historic State Park, Bridgeport, California - 2019