The Buttes Resort

Address: 230 Main Street (Highway 49), Sierra City, California, 96125, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 230 Main Street (Highway 49), Sierra City, is near Gold Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Sierra City

    PCT day 78. 7/6/15.

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 06, 2015

    ... did my laundry here. I resupply here. I reacquainted with other hikers I know that I haven't seen for a while. They said that i look like i lost more weight. I feel that i have ever since I started doing 20-25 mile days again. My skinny pants are fitting me loose. Oh well. I will spend the night here and head out tomorrow morning as early as possible. Next town is Belden, 92 miles ...

    Buffets, beers and bears

    A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Aug 17, 2014

    4 comments, 28 photos

    ... from a distance. As the drunk adults staggered out at the end of the night Lindsay went to work, dancing around the street making balloon flowers and animals for tips. He ended up with over $400 by the end of the night. Talking to him the next morning, we found out there was more to him than just a clown suit. He has been travelling the world all his life (now 67 years old), the last 30 of which have been funded purely off tips from his clowning. ...

    The Sierra Nevada Mountains and beyond

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Jul 31, 2014

    20 photos

    ... the 10m long raised platform section. The guard got out, followed by the disembarking passengers, checked our tickets and asked us to wait at the end of the platform whilst he checked in the other passengers. He explained that the train would move forward to allow us to enter the sleeping car directly. Having been used to UK trains, which stop, everyone gets on and it then moves off, it took a lot of trust in the system to allow the train to move forward a few coach lengths. ...

    A Terribly Tough Week in Tahoe

    A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah on Sep 05, 2011

    25 photos

    ... managed a cross-country route to the end of the loop trail at Star Lake by which time we were just a teensy-tiny-bit hot & the lake looked remarkably inviting. Star Lake is one of the highest in the range and, as such, just about the coldest. Gordon bravely led the way and assured Sarah it was ‘refreshing’. A better description would have been ‘bone-numbingly-cold’ – in fact lung-stoppingly cold, which Gordon managed to ...

    Digging Out

    A travel blog entry by corben on Dec 30, 2010

    11 photos

    We slept in late this morning and relaxed. We knew it would be very cold outside so we decided not to ski today. When I woke up, the thermometer read 9 degrees so I think we made a good decision.

    My primary concern was to dig out the car which had been buried beneath nearly 2 feet of snow. We all ...