Coldwater Cove

Address: 57600 McKenzie Highway, McKenzie Bridge, Oregon, 97413, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 57600 McKenzie Highway, McKenzie Bridge, is near Clear Lake and Bigelow Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from McKenzie Bridge

Today's the day...

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Aug 19, 2014

We hit a very special mark this morning. There are now officially 2000 miles of Pacific Crest Trail behind us, leaving only 660 miles left in front. It took us four months and two days to get to this point. As a bonus, we ran into Lon and Nancy who were present at the southern terminus the day we were engaged. We had not seen them since that day and then we ran into them today at Santiam pass. Small world on trail. The trail returned to ...

Porch Time

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 18, 2013

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... to our cabin as the shadows become long in the forest, stopping at the local country store to pick up some steaks that we had seen the other day. Harvey fills up the gas tank in the car. I watch and learn as Susan makes us a steak dinner with lentils and zucchini. More “porch time” until it’s so dark that we step inside to a warm crackling fire.

Before walking up the stairs to our loft where ...

Like being on a magic carpet

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 17, 2013

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... and for lunch, we found a moss covered embankment overlooking the river – with its undulating moss we found pockets to rest our butts and settle in for a leisurely picnic. I commented that the area felt like a magic carpet and that we could float high above the world from this fairytale patch of heaven. That’s how the day progressed, walking the forest path and taking detours to overlooks of the river and waterfalls. Don’t even ask me which ...

Finding Heaven

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 15, 2013

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... the "a"). This forest is enormous, encompassing an area about the size of New Jersey. Eight wilderness areas take up one-quarter of its land and seven major Cascade peaks lie within its boundaries. There are over 1,300 miles of developed trails. The area has been a top timber producer of all 159 national forests in the U.S., providing a steady source of employment for thousands of people. Besides the Douglas fir, ...

Yellowjackets, Skeeters & Leeches, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by laurenbalcken on Aug 14, 2012

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... off of PCT (aka shortcut). Flatter, wetter, fewer miles. No shame, only gain.

  • Snausage swayed older hiker named Just Bill to take alternate route.
    I think he hoped for company. He wasn't disappointed - invited Just
    Bill to join us for lunch.
  • Lunched with leeches at lake. No swim for me, thanks. Leeches looked
    like tiny eels, almost six inches long! Mosquitoes got enough blood
    from me, leeches get none.
  • Enjoyed talking with Just Bill. ...