End Of The Trail...Er

Highway 487, Baker, Nevada, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Baker

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. ...

Caves and more Rain

A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi

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... Peak Scenic Drive to the second highest peak in Nevada. We were quite excited to see the first signs of Autumn coming through in the trees, however, due to the clouds and mist this was about all we could see. We returned to our camp to find it a group of about 30 turkeys taking a stroll through the campground.

We were glad to get out the next morning as it was only growing colder and wetter. We later found out that much of Nevada and Colorado experienced fatal flash ...

Great Basin National Park

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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Following the hike, I took a ranger-led tour of Lehman Caves. There are two options—a 60 minute or a 90 minute tour. I took the $10, 90-minute tour, which seemed to go by faster than an hour and half. The caves are dimly lit, with a glow behind most of the interesting formations. While I’m sure this place has nothing on Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, it is the largest cave I’ve been in to date and was ...

Day 19: Loneliest Road

A travel blog entry by splencner

... tallboys in the parking lot. I don't like motels in the Reno/Tahoe area. They are slimey. The whole state of Nevada with its gaudy casinos in every town is a tad slimey. And Carson City was ringed not with the usual strip clubs like other cities, but with straight up legalized ***** houses. I get the libertarian, do what you think best, rugged individualism of the desert; but I can't shake my Midwestern Puritanism. I think the Pilfeims might have been onto something banning ...

A day to recover and enjoy life thanks to Dom

A travel blog entry by davidpower

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... after the day we had had we needed a lift. Like an alcoholic needs a beer and a dying man needs water.

To see the fantastic world again and not looking down at the rocks trying to spoil everything you have worked so hard for.

This has been the day that we needed.

Early start to miss the heat we rode across The Great Basin.

Boy these Yankees have a creative imagination.

"It is 1830 and we ...

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