1849 Condos at Canyon Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
The cave, although lumpy, kept me warm as I dozed throughout the night. I rose with the dawn among the nebulous mountains and lakes. I meandered past massive misty stands of lodgepole and hemlock pines, past a foggy emerald pond with an appropriate name of Shadow. Today suited it well as the mist shrouded opposite shores. A pair of Buffle Headed ducks paddled into the mysterious void. Waters in lively creeks descended with ...
... and drumming rocks with sticks are his fav hobbies now he has no real toys!! Since we had spare time due to the cable car being blown up, and the walk so far had been quite easy, we decided to carry on walking and see if we could make it to a nearby attraction called rainbow falls. We walked for an age through beautiful forest and along beside river. We are officially in bear country now and the scenery was exactly like you see ...
... was even more harder and strenuous. So steep. The falls were even bigger with sheer cliffs surrounding it.amazing. There were alot of people walking with massive backbacks and rollmats etc who hike and camp, crazy people. It was lovely at the top, running streams to the big drop of the falls. walking down was even worse, some of it was really slippery and the steps werent even proper steps, and my back was hurting. However, after that phil wanted to do another walk! it was only ...
We packed up at Lake Tahoe and got ready for our trip to Lee Vining, on the way to Yosemite. It was about a three and a half hour drive and we stopped on the way at a really authentic western diner - there was even a cowboy in there wearing a Stetson! It was run by two lovely ladies - really good value and and full of diner memorabilia. Considering how out of the way this roadside stop was we didn't feel that it was decorated ...
... and are intended to show snow plow drivers where the side of the road is when they are plowing large amounts of snow.) We have seen these poles in other areas, but here, they were probably over 5 feet high, giving us an indication of how much snow the area typically gets. We thought this would be a good place to stay, as summer/early fall is offseason, and it would be quieter and easier to use one of our free nights at the local Westin. Well, talk ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking