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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Chief Motel Battle Mountain
Great room, clean and tidy. Facilities are better than some of the bigger name hotels. Very reasonable rates. More than happy to stay here again.
Thankyou to the owner/managers.
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So we leave Salt Lake City behind us. Love this place and would definitely visit again. On our way to San Francisco via Reno and Lake Tahoe. It's a long drive so we'll probably stop off somewhere along the way. Stopped off at Bonneville to check out the salt flats. As you can see, it's under water. Glen is devastated, as I am. I was looking forward …
... in California was pleasant as we traveled through pine forests, and even at the higher elevations over “Donner Pass” the scenery was enjoyable. However, entering the Nevada mountains the scenery changed to a brown and barren landscape, and the ride east became very boring. We stopped for the night in the town “Battle Mountain” at “Clark Park”. As we set up camp at 6:00 PM the temperature is 102 degrees.
... The Nevada Central Railroad
from Battle Mountain to Austin was completed in 1880. The rail line was
constructed to connect the silver mines around Austin to the Central
Pacific line at Battle Mountain. The rail line served the Austin area
until it ...
Motorcycle: 408 miles, Battle Mountain to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Great day of riding. However, 408 miles in the baking sun really where's one out. It was a destination day. That allows the following day for enjoying scenery. A rest stop at Mc Donald's East of Elko, NV connected us with Arthur Peterson, a Yale classmate of G.H.W. Bush. He is 87 years old and making a ...
... desolate desert and up to 10,000 feet mountain ranges.
Crossing it is a lesson in the power of nature and mans efforts to share or even tame it.
We traveled 250 miles today and passed through 3 towns.
One of them was the great town of Eureka. As we arrived the 4th July parade was about to start but we had to move on so ...