Sequoia River Dance B&B
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sequoia River Dance B&B Three Rivers
Travel Blogs from Three Rivers
... We’re in the Sierra National Forest, riding along Bass Lake.
We motor through the teeny communities of North Fork and Auberry. In Auberry, the smoke from the Hume Lake fire is thick, causing us to reassess our ride into King's a Canyon. We stop at a convenience store, and develop Plans B and C, in case the road is closed or the smoke is so dense we have to skip the National Parks altogether today. Turns out the road into ...
... and K Mart in a borrowed car (or truck!) which was quite fun. We bought some key things like a football, baseball bat and balls and a cool box, as well as some fruit and salad for Mummy (I'm already sick of fast food and looking forward to self catering!)
At 1pm we were finally on our way, and must have only been going for about half an hour when we hit the most ...
... ended up jumping off three times! It was chilly but a memorable experience. We made the long, two hour drive back just in time to enjoy a real meal for the first time in a while! Every night there is a barbecue at the Wolverton area, just up from the General Sherman/Giant Forest area. As we walked up, the deck is situated so that it faces a meadow, and a bear was grazing far off in the distance. There was ...
... wasn't so much the stairs as the hand rails or lack of them. In some places the hand rails were knee high jagged rocks, just high enough to ensure you toppled over the edge and fell the few hundred feet to your death.
The walk up looked easy, but every time you thought you were at the top you encountered another set of stairs, but eventually we made it to the top of the rock. The view rivalled Buck Rock and I have no idea why anyone would want to see if the ...
... or the oldest- oh the pressure to be best) behind we met few people. However we got to hug them - or rather Ruth and James did- and got to see notables such as The Samson Tree, The Chimney etc.
Other big excitement, when we had gone on a bit of a diversion (where were you James TR?), was that a bear popped up about 100 yards away. He lolopped along and then disappeared. Proper wild thing. Great.
Went on to walk to and then climb Moro Rock - a ...