The Bridges

Address: 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 6, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 6, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center.
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth bumps and bruises all over bodie

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Sep 09, 2014

The title will become clearly at the end of this blog. Remembering things you have done a day later is hard, but when as busy as us and seven days later is near impossible. I love a challenge and I certainly won't forget this day in a hurry due to life threatening moments. Having explored the key elements on Yosemite we decided to get some exercise done whilst combining with views. So how do you go about seeing lots of things. You go up. So Bushell decided in his wisdom to persuade me ...

7 May 2014 - Yosemite to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by bec_mark on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... more windy than heading to batemans and that lasted at least an hour. We were also running low in fuel. Finally we got out and into Bear Valley where there was a petrol station...only it was closed. But we made it to the next one :) Our trip was not without its highlights there were many scenic views and we learnt mark would make a great back up singer. We also learnt that the car had a speed restricter :( Finally arriving after about 7 ...

Cute little mountain village

A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 29, 2013

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... Stopping at the first big lake, Tenaya Lake, we cautiously exited the car once again to get a photo. The plan had worked - no mozzies! Yes! We stood there for a while, got back in the car and drove on to Olmsted Point. We decided we would walk this one, but which way, up the massive granite boulder or out on to a granite boulder.. Up the massive boulder it was. It was well worth the torture of the walk - what a view!

We drove ...

A Tale of Some Lakes

A travel blog entry by allenfam on Sep 26, 2012

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... pristine alpine lake surrounded by pine trees and the Yosemite granite rock faces to which we have become so accustomed. Passing out of Yosemite across Tioga Pass, there was an immediate change in the landscape, from the white rock synonymous with the park, to rich red mountains, with finer sand and looser surfaces. Landslides in this area are one of the reasons Tioga Pass closes in the winter. We wound our way across the pass and down onto the high ...

On the edge of our seat!

A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel on Sep 04, 2012

14 photos

... were turnouts, as the Americans call it, which is a stretch of road you can pull over to, however on this pass, they were tiny and on the side of the road that will potentially plummet you down to the bottom of the mountains! One false move and its over red rover. Its a shame we didn't get any pics, but we both wanted to get off the pass as quickly as we got on it.

Eventually we started to feel a little more sane and safe. In ...

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