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Inyo County is located in the eastern-central part of California, with the Sierra Nevada on its western part. The county had a populaion of 18,546 as of 2010.  With a total area of 10,226.98 square miles (26,487.8 km2), Inyo county is the second largest county in California, second only to San Bernardino, and the 9th largest in the US.  Independence is the county seat. The county has two courthouses.

Inyo County has the distinction of having both the highest and lowest place in the Continental US. Mount Whitney, the highest peak on the US mainland is on its western border with Tulare County. The lowest place in the whole North America continent which is the Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park, is in eastern Inyo County. Both can be observed from the Panamint Range on the west side of Death Valley, above the Panamint Valley, as the two points are not visible from each other.
Methuselah, an ancient Bristlecone pine tree and one of the oldest living trees on Earth can be found in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest within the Inyo National Forest. Owens Valley, the deepest valley on the American continents is the arid valley of the Owens River to the east of the Sierra Nevada. Tourists can enjoy the ruggedly beautiful scenery in the county any time of the year, and actvities such as hiking, fishing, biking, mountaineering, hang gliding, and many more are easily accessible.

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