The Chateau at the Oregon Caves
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chateau at the Oregon Caves Cave Junction
Welch ein schöner Ort! Die Atmosphäre dieses alten Holzhotels von 1934 ist einfach überwältigend. Wenn ein Zimmer frei ist, sollte man sich das unbedingt gönnen.
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... how you feel while hiking among the trees. You can photograph parts of trunks but it impossible to capture the true size, or the sensations that you get. The woods is so peaceful and quiet which adds to the serenity you feel. I know we took our family to some redwoods & sequoias when we took our trip to CA but you kids were so young. You need to do it again and take your families. (I'm not sure how ...
... Highlights waren der "Big tree" (Welch kreativer Name!), einen Baum zu betreten, der auf Grund eines Feuers ausgehölt war und dennoch in voller Blüte stand (“Chimney tree” – Schornsteinbaum), Campen umgeben von Redwoods und mit dem Auto durch einen der riesigen Redwoods zu fahren.
Die Redwoods hinter uns gelassen, wollten wir nun dem Highway 1 am Pazifik entlang nach San Francisco folgen. Ersteinmal brauchten wir für 2cm auf der ...
Went to the Oregon Caves National Monument, the marble halls of Oregon. The chambers and corridors were formed by groundwater dissolving marble bedrock. Took a ranger-led, 1 1/2 hour tour through the caves, which had a temperature of 44 degrees! Funny story about the caves...our Ranger, Jillian, was pretty uptight and didn't deal with the Sloan and Baright boys very well. She reported us to her supervisor because ...
Today we spent the day visiting the redwoods. We had a great time at Trees of Mystery, hiking all the trails and going up to the top of the mountain on the gondola. In the late afternoon we made some time for playing at the beach and going on a hike out to the Battery Point Lighthouse. It was a lovely day ...
... Recreation Area on the California side of the border. Redwoods and Madrone, scrub oak and ferns – such a beautiful drive. We snagged a first-come-first-served camping spot in the Panther Flat campground and settled in for two nights. Panther Flat is one of three campgrounds near the "don’t blink or you’ll miss it" town of Gasquet. The Smith River cuts through this area and is beautiful and rugged and unfortunately suffering ...