Mono Hot Springs Resort

Address: Mono Hot Springs, California, United States | Campground
 
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    Travel Blogs from Mono Hot Springs

    Road trip on pacific coast and beyond

    A travel blog entry by doctoramybaba on Jun 20, 2015

    9 comments, 105 photos

    ... food, bakery and lots of things to buy. Avoidable if you have to other China towns

    Sausolito - very nice town to drive through and have a meal at the sea side. Beautiful cafes, a wee bit on the expensive side. Definitely worth a 3 hour visit. Have clam ...

    And now to Yosemite NP!

    A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 07, 2015

    30 photos

    ... The trees are amazing. Need to note that the area is being closed in July until 2017 for restoration. Before heading back to Susie's "Tequila Gulch". Peter took us out to Bass Lake a few miles away. There were beautiful houses there, but the water was low. There have been a few years of drought and the area does look dry.
    We had a full day at Glacier Point, (really impressed with Half Dome), a walk/ hike/climb to Sentinel ...

    PCT day 48. 6/6/15.

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 06, 2015

    Saturday, June 6, 2015. PCT day 48. Miles Onion Valley trailhead to 793.7 After zeroing in Lone Pine for one day, we were ready to get back on the trail today. We were able to arrange for an outfitter to shuttle 8 of us from Lone Pine back to the trailhead at Onion Valley where we left off. Getting picked up at 7:30am, we were at the trailhead and hiking by 8:30am. Starting at 9,200 ft, we had to climb to 11,700 feet to get over Kearsarge Pass. After this pass, we were back on ...

    The US OF A

    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Apr 08, 2015

    14 photos

    ... Whilst driving through the park I approached a bus that was stopped with its hazard warning lights on so I waited for a bit then realised it wasn't going anywhere so started to overtake it when suddenly this little round woman with the most ferocious face jumped out of the bus she was literally exploding with fury and shouting and screaming at me - it was hilarious, the next thing she flings open her shirt - thank The Lord she had a ...

    *Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by travel_coats on Sep 17, 2014

    29 photos

    ... lunch then completed another walking trail.




    We drove back down the mountain and stopped off at another couple of scenic stop offs for more photo opportunities.

    Yosemite would have to have been one of the most beautiful places I have visited, certainly up there ...