This Sprinter is hitting the Sonora Pass, the second-highest road through Sierra Nevada in California. Sierra Nevada is a mountain range connecting two states: California and Nevada. There is much to explore with a Sprinter: Three National Parks are located right within the Sierra. But the absolute highlight is Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the mountain range. It measures about 4,400 m in height.
Californian cruising – always along the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk next to one of the oldest American amusement parks. Santa Cruz is well known as a surfer paradise on the Californian coastline. Why not load some surfboards in the back of a Sprinter and spend a day in this laid-back city?
Despite dust and heat in the high desert of Utah, the Sprinter 4×4 can conquer thousands of miles. Utah is well known for its natural diversity. From deserts to pine forests as well as Lakes: Utah is a great state to cross in a motorhome.
This van takes a break on a lane in the middle of the Big Sky Movie Ranch: a shooting location for western movies and other film productions. The Ranch offers natural surroundings like valleys, hills and remote meadows. Nothing else remains to be done than packing up gear in a Sprinter van and capturing extraordinary footage.
Desert sand beneath the wheels: This Sprinter is en route to Yucca Valley passing through Burns Canyon, California. Yucca Valley is a town right at the entrance to the famous Joshua Tree National Park. Wildflowers and Wildlife: There is a lot to discover in Yucca Valley. But the most exciting thing for Sprinterfans is an off-road vehicle area which is located just around the corner of Yucca Valley.