|Smith Station Road/County Road J20
||South to the community of Greeley Hill, CA. Greeley Hill County Park, near the western boundary of the Yosemite National Forest, in California.
|Buck Meadows, California
||Community of Buck Meadows, CA, lies on State Route #120 east of Groveland, California.
|Packard Canyon Road/Forest Route 1S66/1S13
|Forest Route 1N07
||To Rainbow Pools, a picnic area in the Forest, along California State Route #120.
|Hardin Flat Road
||West to Yosemite Lakes RV Park. Forest Route 1S12 off Hardin Road to Toulamne Family Camp, a family Campground, located on small lake just off State Route #120, in the Yosemite National Forest.
|Toulomne Grove Road
||To Hodgdon Meadow Campground.
|Old Yosemite Coulterville Road
||South to the Merced Grove Ranger Station, near the Merced Grove of giant sequoias, in the Crane Flat region of the Yosemite National Park.
|Crane Flat Fire Road
||Northwest to the Crane Flat Fire Lookout at Yosemite National Park, a two-story structure with a lower storage/garage level and an upper observation level, with roof overhang.
|Big Oak Road
||Big Oak Road offers spectacular views of Yosemite Valley. Goes to the community of Foresta, CA (limited services). Wildcat Falls, located in the western quarter of Yosemite National Park alongside State Highway #140 is a string of falls and cascades. The waterfall's base is a mossy grotto that could be reached on foot and is popular among photographers and nature lovers.
||Northwest of highway; a sequioa grove near Crane Flat.
|Old Big Oak Flat Road: Campground
||Southeast to Tamarack Flat, a campground at Yosemite National Park, off State Route #120, Access only through unpaved road.
|White Wolf Road
||To White Wolf Lodge and Tent Cabin Area. Access Road to Lukens Lake.
|Yosemite Creek Road : Campground
||Yosemite Creek Road, Yosemite Creek, flows north-south crossing State Route #120/Tioga Pass Road, On the south, lies Yosemite Creek Campground.
|Quaking Aspen Falls
||A waterfall close to the State Route #120/Tioga Pass Road, in Yosemite National Park.
|Forest Route: Porcupine Flat
||Along Tioga Pass Road/State Route #120, this forest route offers a clear view of Half Dome. Porcupine Flat Campground, a very quiet and remote campground located directly off CA State Highway 120.
|Access Road: Lake
||To May Lake, a lake in Yosemite National Park. High Sierra Camp, where backpackers can stay in tent cabins located near the lake. Mount Hoffman overlooks May Lake.
||A viewing area inside Yosemite National Park, off State Route #120/Tioga Pass Road; offers an amazing view of Tenaya Canyon, the valley to the southwest, Tenaya Lake to the east, and Half Dome's north side.
|Access: Tenaya Lake
||To Tenaya Lake, in Yosemite National Park, formed by Tuolumne Glacier and Tenaya Creek, that flows out from Tenaya Lake through Tenaya Canyon into Yosemite Valley.
|Forest Route: Glen Aulin
||To Glen Aulin, a segment of the Tuolumne River valley, upriver from the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, located in Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of approximately 7,800 feet. Glen Aulin High Sierra Camp, a campground, one of six High Sierra Camps located in Glen Aulin next to the Tuolumne River in Yosemite National Park in California.
|Views Along Highway
||Pywiack Dome, Medicott Dome, along the State Route #120, in Yosemite National Park.
|Cathdral Lake Trail
||Cathdral Lake Trail. The Cathedral Lakes are two lakes located at Yosemite National Park, situated southwest of Cathedral Peak. Cathedral Peak, a peak in Cathedral Range inside Yosemite National Park. Fairview Dome, a prominent granite dome in Yosemite National Park, located north of Cathedral Peak. Pothole Dome, a granite dome on the West side of Tuolumne Meadows, at Yosemite National Park, located alongside State Route #120, north of Fairview Dome, Access is from the Tioga Pass Road/State Route #120.
|Yosemite National Park Road
||Toulomne Meadows, a section of the Tuolomme River having gentle, dome-studded meadows. Lembert Dome and Mount Dana visible on the north; Tuolumne Meadows Campground. Excellent hiking and rock climbing are accessible from Tuolumne Meadows. One of the earliest stone structures in a National Park is the Parsons Memorial Lodge. The Sierra Club built this small building and is a National Historic Landmark.
|Access: Ranger Station
||The Tuolumne Meadows Ranger Station and Comfort Stations, a rustic designed building at Yosemite National Park.
|Yosemite National Park Road
||Goes to Toulomne Meadows. Lembert Dome, a granite dome at Yosemite National Park, can be hiked starting at the Tioga Road/State Route #120. Dana Fork Waterfall, a small waterfall on the Dana Fork of the Toulomne River at Yosemite National Park.
||Access to Mono Pass, a mountain pass located in Sierra Nevada inside Yosemite National Park. Mount Gibbs, a mountain peak located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, south of Mount Dana.
|East Entrance to Yosemite
||East Entrance to Yosemite National Park, on Tioga Pass Road/State Route #120, Gaylor Lakes, Granite Lakes, Upper Gaylor Lake, The Great Sierra Mine Historic Site, a historic mine site that preserves the site of the largest mining operation in today's Yosemite National Park. Tioga Pass, a mountain pass in the Sierra Nevada mountains, California State Route #120 traverses the pass, and is the eastern entry point for Yosemite National Park.
||Access to Tioga Campground located just off California State Route #120/Tioga Pass Road, on the western shore of Tioga Lake, a small glacial lake in the Inyo National Forest, California.
|Saddlebag Lake Road
||Northwest to Saddlebag Lake and Greenstone Lake, located in the midst of Saddlebag Canyon.
||A lake on State Route #120, on Sierra Nevada Mountains. Kayaking and other outdoor activities are popular here.
|Trail to Ved Dog Lake
||Walking trails to Ved Dog Lake, on the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, along the Tioga Pass Road/California State Route #120.
|Poole Power Plant Road
||Parallels Lee Vining Creek, a creek located south of Tioga Pass Road, near the east entrance of Yosemite National Park.
|Log Cabin Mine Road
||Northwest to Log Cabin Mine; The Log Cabin Wilderness Camp, a Boy Scout camp located in the Inyo National Forest. The 'Log Cabin' is a high adventure camp located on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains off Tioga Pass Road/State Route #120.
|US Highway 395
||United States Highway #395 overlaps CA State Highway 120 to the south. Heads north to the community of Lee Vining, California, located west of Mono Lake.
|Picnic Grounds Road
||To Mono Lake, an alkaline and hypersaline lake; a major touristic camping and recreational site. It is a critical nesting habitat for several bird species. Mono Lake Tufa Reserve.
|Horse Meadow Road
|California State Highway 158
||Connects with United States Highway #395 on a south-east direction. Travels along a mountain streat just north of Grant Lake, Silver Lake, and June Lake. Community of June Lake, CA, nicknamed the 'Switzerland of California.' Tourists flock to this town in the summer for its various recreation activities such as fishing, hiking, off-road vehicle, photography, mountain/road biking, mountaineering, birdwatching.
|US Highway 395/De Tour: Lakes
||United States Highway #395 departs from State Route #120, traverses the Inyo National Forest. South to Deadman Summit, a mountain pass which crosses the Long Valley Caldera's northern rim and connects Mono Lake with the Owens River watershed. Community of Crestview, CA (limited services).
|Access Panum Crater
||South-east to Panum Crater, a rhyolitic lava dome that is part of the Mono-Inyo Craters, in California, located south of Mono Lake, along California State Route #120. It is about 600-700 years old.
|Test Station Road
||North-west to Mono Lake Tufa Reserve (near the Lee Vining, CA). Amenities/Activities: Mono Lake, Visitor Center, self-guided nature trail, photography, swimming, boating, hiking, cross-country skiing, bird-watching, bird walks; and Mono Basin National Scenic Area, a protected area that surrounds Mono Lake and the northern portion of the Mono Craters volcanic field. Features the Mono-Inyo Craters, Panum Crater, Long Valley Caldera, and Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve.
||South of highway. A 25-mile long chain of volcanic craters, domes, and lava flows from Mono Lake's northwest shore to the south of Mammoth Mountain.
||Access to Mono Craters, Pumice Flat.
|Taylor Cyn Road
|Dobie Meadows Road
|Black Canyon Road/Sawmill Meadow Road
||To Sawmill Meadow, Glass Mountain, one of the tallest peaks in Mono County, California. It consists of several lava domes and lava flows.
|Access Road: Lake
||To Black Lake, a lake located just off State Route #120, west of Benton, California.
|Benton Crossing Road
||On a south-west-northwest route, this road goes to the community of North Landing, CA; Lake Crowley; and the community of Benton Crossing, CA (limited services).
|Benton Hot Springs, CA
||Community of Benton Hot Springs, California. Limited services.
|Highway Terminus/US Highway 6
||Junction United States Highway #6 in Benton, California, a community located at an elevation of 5387 feet. This is where California State Route #120, some part of it named 'Tioga Pass Road' ends to the east. US Highway 6 travels north and crosses the California-Nevada state line. South to the community of Hamill, CA (limited services).