St. Bernard Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Mill Creek
... It was really fun to stop riding and tell some tales of the road with some other cyclists and some seriously crazy "weight weanie" PCT hikers. Compared to them the cyclists are like RVers taking everything and the kitchen sink. Hiker Box Special went so far as to give up his stove because cooking his food was slowing him down. Now he just carries and empty Skippy jar and puts dried food and water in it, shakes it for a couple of minutes and ...
... of canned chili, added some Frito chips and called it dinner. Of course, I had a “raw” smore as well. Shortly after 9:00 PM we were all back in the cabin getting ready for sleep – which would come pretty quickly. For the first time since we got to South Dakota, the night was missing something – crickets! While it is nice to be back in the Cascade Mountains, and to be getting closer to home, I will really miss those crickets a ...
... br> Chaos Crags Trail head turned out to be not too far away. Based on the map and the info gleaned from the park ranger earlier, they seemed to be one in the same. I could tell right away this was going to be another burly hike up a mountain, and with less shade today than yesterday.
The hike through the woods was quite gorgeous. I love the smell the forest gives off on a hot day. I emerged from the trees onto an almost desert-like ridge where ...
... yet. I steadied up my stride a bit and began to conciously moderate my breathing. Within a few minutes my heartrate settled down and I began to feel like I had a handle on this mountain. Tyler didn't seem to have any issue at all, but he apparently bikes all over the California and he lives in the Bay area. He's not stranger to altitude or hills, and he was wearing shorts - he wasn't even breaking a ...
Bumpass Hell is a unique hydro-thermal area in the park. Back about a mile and a half from the road, the trail leads to a view of the colorful hot springs area below. Molten volcanic rock beneath the surface caused the development here of boiling mudpots, fumaroles, and mineral ...