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... carve some turns later this year? Season passes are now available for Heavenly’s 2015-16 season. You can get an adult “Epic Pass” for $769, giving you unlimited access to Heavenly Valley, and the other ski areas operated by Vail Resorts, among them: Vail, Park City, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge.
My fondest memory of Heavenly Valley was in April 1968 when as a ski-racer wannabe, I saw Jean-Claude Killy compete in ...
This day I woke up feeling very under the weather but determined to carry on and not quit early. However I could not have picked a better time for it as Ben was determined to find us some hot springs. The first ones we went to were before midday, and the view from there was spectacular. We also got it all to ourselves, which was great as apparently its customary to do it in the nude. I was not sure how I felt rubbing shoulders and God knows what else with a couple of old ...
... fairly priced for once. After resorting our resupply boxes and feeding another group of hungry hikers with our surplus, we jumped yet another bus! So many vehicle rides in this last stretch. This was the direct line from Toulumne Meadows to Yosemites Valley Floor. This was a much anticipated side trip for us and finally 950 miles into our hike, the time has come. Yosemite, here we ...
... We eventually came to the place where the mountains met. We drove through the Sierra Nevada mountain passes for many miles. The road was good with frequent passing lanes to get around slow trucks, or for others to pass us. The landscape became alternately rolling mountains and stark rocky cliffs. The rolling mountains are different here. In Reno, everything looked brown and gray. ...
Getting up the next morning, we eased our way into departure. A stop to load some water into our freshwater tank and offload other fluids from our holding tank put us on the road out of Yosemite Valley at around 9 a.m.
First stop was at the base of El Capitan for some photo ops. The morning light was shining on the wall, but we couldn’t spot any climbers, perhaps we were too early…
The drive out of ...