End Of The Trail...Er

Highway 487, Baker, Nevada, United States | Campground
Prices starting from $75.00
 

Travel Blogs from Baker

Minnesota to the Middle of Nowhere

A travel blog entry by andreatravels

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The Great Basin gets its name from the fact that it is surrounded by mountains, so there is no natural outlet for water to drain down a river towards the sea. What little water falls here can only leave by soaking into the ground, or evaporating. Evaporation causes the typically brackish, salty lakes in the area, and soaking into the ground eventually creates ...

Donner Party trail

A travel blog entry by ketasissi

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... out in the desert and their livestock were beginning to collapse from heat and lack of water. As the desperate need for water increased, most of the emigrants unhitched their oxen from the wagons so the draft animals could proceed ahead unencumbered. Gradually the pioneers left their wagons in the desert and forced their dying livestock forward in a scramble to reach the base of Pilot Peak and the fresh water ...

Great Basin National Park

A travel blog entry by trackingdj

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... harmonize with my echo. This night turned into a blessing. it was amazing to be able to see this and be staying at a friends house and meeting park employees. I couldn't have asked for more. I'm super excited to do some hiking tomorrow! Wednesday I looked up, 300 ft of steep snow packed mountain was between me and the summit. I looked out to see that the sun was beginning to set. I looked down, to see my legs in shorts and my wet tennis shoes in 2 feet of snow. ...

Great Basin National Park

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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... Colorado. My pace and early start made me the first up the summit, though there were soon a good number of people reaching the top. As to the wildlife, there were tons of deer in the lower half of the hike, and I came across two separate large groups of deer—one of females, the other of males. Of course, the males were much more interesting to look at, and as it is still early in the season, the felt on their antlers was ...

Day 19: Loneliest Road

A travel blog entry by splencner

... and fluids. All was well, except that I was a little low on coolant. That is an easy fix. The van has had trouble starting twice. I have a brand new battery so I'm hoping to get the starter looked at when I get home and NOT before then. But this is all up to God. I will deal carefully with whatever happens. And then there was the abuse of the van at the Dunes... I will explain that later.

We began in Carson City's fabulous Motel 6. Neighbors were busy in the morning ...

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This campground, located on Highway 487, Baker, is near Lehman Caves.
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