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Travel Blogs from Groveland
... on El Capitan as possible. Tobias’ wife and child were visiting but had long since left the Valley, which meant it was time for Tobias to get serious. One night, he showed us photos taken by the famous Valley photographer Tom Evans from El Cap Meadows through a telescope of them free climbing El Nino (5.13c). They are in such another league! But the funny thing is we know a ...
... rock that have drops of 2,000 feet. That is a distance I definitely could not comprehend as I looked down. My heart was fluttering, and my hands and knees more than a little shaky as we took photos at Taft Point. I could not look as Husb went closer to the edge than me. It was enough for a mini panic attack, but I was able to keep breathing long enough to enjoy lunch at this spot. What a crazy place.
We ended our hiking at Yosemite and drove back down ...
... was uphill or near-vertical!
I shall now pass you on to Juicy Lubey to tell you about the rest of our day!
So after that long hike we debated going to mirror lake. We visited the lake last time we were here- it was dry as a bone and we walked through it! So we really did want to get back to see it as a lake. In the end we decided to go and see it as we were right next to it- so we caught the shuttle bus one stop to take us closer, then took a mile walk to ...
There are two places to stay in Death Valley, the Death Valley Ranch and the Death Valley hotel. In summer the hotel closes down because they can't keep the place air conditioned.
The day that we were there was over 50degrees so that is kind of understandable.
The ranch was nice, the rooms are motel style rather than hotel style so the rooms are individually standing and have their own air conditioning.
The ranch has ...
... we make is a Wow!!! We ride through the huge area devasted by the recent fires, some of the fires are still burning.....it must be so hard to stop them when it's so dry and it's such a vast area! We travel down and down to the bottom of a valley, there are a few people on the drive but not many as the park is shut due to government shutdown.....you can drive through but not stop but the views are so amazing people are stopping and taking pics so we do ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed