The Harlan House

Address: 22890 School House St, Columbia, California, 95310, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 22890 School House St, Columbia, is near Columbia State Historic Park, Moaning Cavern, Zephyr Whitewater Expeditions, and Stanislaus National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Columbia

    #4 - San Antonio Falls

    A travel blog entry by seangerk on Jan 25, 2015

    96 photos

    ... we finally stop, the view here is breathtaking as well! Sean points up to the overlook. We were just there! It seems much higher up from way down here. We grab some snacks and Sheba takes a quick nap. This is the best part...sitting here and taking in the view. Everything here seems so peaceful. It's so relaxing.

    We leave our packs in a safe spot and head down to the creek and the falls. The air here is very cool. We come across a fallen tree ...

    Driving California

    A travel blog entry by marzy on Jul 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... see my not so little not so puppy in just over three weeks! Anywaysssss Surprisingly we both woke up with no post celebratory hangovers today which is good because we started our trek to Yosemite stopping tonight at this little teeny country town called Jamestown! Very cute, very quiet and totally the experience we are looking for! So going to be up super early to see what Yosemite is all about....your everyone back home......enjoy your week!! ...

    A hike at Hetch Hetchy

    A travel blog entry by geraldfarr on Jul 18, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... stops in the odd shady spot to take on water. But we made steady progress on the mostly uphill trek, keeping pace with another English family on the trail despite having a four year old with us. The trail was pretty quiet, very different from the walk to Yosemite Falls - in the whole walk we probably saw two more families (one German, one American) and the very occasional couple/individual.

    Anyway, by the time we reached the ...

    Big trees at Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by lozjg on May 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... see the giant secoya trees. They were seriously huge, and over a thousand years old at least. One of the huge trees had fallen a very long time ago and the core had rotted out so you could crawl all the way through it! I didn't attempt that as I'd get closterphobic and it was very long! There was also a giant secoya that used to be the old ...

    Happy Birthday Lisa!

    A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad on Jun 13, 2012

    7 photos

    ... 8211; reached via Tioga Road – is only accessible in the summer months. After Milly's laboured grind up the never-ending climbs, it's clear why. Tioga Pass itself sits at 9954 feet (3031 metres) with our destination of Tuolomne Meadows resting at 8575 feet (2614 metres) – not an area I'd be keen to plow in the depths of winter... The +/- 85 mile return journey from our camping spot in Hodgson Meadows offered scenery of forests, lakes, granite domes and expansive ...