Fairview Campground

Sierra Way, Kernville, California, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sierra Way, Kernville, is near The Kern Valley Museum, Dry Meadow Creek, Cannell Trail, and North Fork Marina.
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    Through Death Valley and beyond... hopefully...!!!

    A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 27, 2014

    54 photos

    ... Park is one of the most unusual, and certainly hottest, places that Elaine and I have visited, the only shame is that the photos will not do justice to this vast place. We now headed for Kernville, where we were staying tonight. The roads and scenery were much like we'd experienced all the way to Death Valley, rocky cactus strewn rough desert peppered with the occasional little towns, some with literally just a handful of properties. Then we headed up into ...

    Willow Springs Miracle

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 25, 2014

    8 photos

    Today was a fluke. We hit trail a bit before 8 am and descended a crazy gully including two sketchy rock scrambles down to Willow Springs, covering 10 miles. This was the last reliable water until Walker pass, 31 miles away at mile 650. The heat was up by 11 am and hiking out into a waterless stretch in the heat of ...

    The First Footseps

    A travel blog entry by laurenbalcken on Jun 14, 2012

    ... no fuel canisters to be had, or if we
    don't feel like delaying our start in the morning, we'll share my fuel
    and stove. Flexibility is key out here. We also have 30
    insustrial-strength trash bags to unload, since I forgot to bring the
    single bag that Andrew needs to line his backpack and Home Depot
    unfairly only sells them in bulk.Maybe someone will magically need to
    trade a fuel canister for trash bags. They say the trail provides...


    Walkers Pass

    A travel blog entry by tworedbikes on Apr 17, 2010

    11 photos

    ... no cheaper alternatives, so it does make sense on some items. We're here for three months, so we might as well.

    Using WiFi at Starbucks costs $3.99 for two hours and Buddy's battery is low, so we didn't bother with that today. We did see that McDonald's might be offering free WiFi, so that will be worth checking out when we get to one.
    We carried on towards Walker's Pass, which was a steady, uninspiring climb. ...


    A travel blog entry by ewie on Feb 15, 2007

    So I finally saw everything I wanted to see - in English - yesterday at Disneyland. Our day started when Heide turned on the light at 6am to tell us it was 6, seeing we were planning on arriving at just before 10. We did, and Dah arrived to greet us, just outside the kennel club. Then we went through - my favourite bit was where we just whizzed through and got handed guest passes. (It's so great knowing someone who works there. WOW is great for networking. Who'da thought?) We ...

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