Bishop Creek Geography

Bishop Creek is situated east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, West of the Owens river and it is placed in the northern part of the Owens River Valley. This city has about 3,500 inhabitants and it covers an area of 4.5 square kilometers. It’s not a big city but it’s well situated and it has nice neighborhoods. Because it is on Route 395 it connects Reno, Nevada to the Inland Empire. The city is also connected to Los Angeles through the State Route 14. The White Mountains are also really close and Mount Humphreys lies to the west. The city is surrounded by peaks, which is why it is very popular with mountaineers and rock climbers. Granite and volcanic rock are the main types of rocks in the area. White Mountain Peak and Mount Tom are also really close by. The views are also spectacular and as the town is surrounded by nature, it comes as no surprise that more and more people choose it as a weekend or vacation destination. Granite and volcanic rock are the main types of rocks in the area.