Address: Hillside Dr., Crowley Lake, California, 93546, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hillside Dr., Crowley Lake, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, and Top of the Sierra Interpretive Center.
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Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake

PCT day 63. 6/21/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 21, 2015

... country and the cooler air. Leaving Cathedral Lakes, we climbed only about 500 feet to get over Cathedral Pass. We dropped a little in elevation to top out again to 9700 feet. From there it was all downhill into Yosemite Valley. We had decided, however, to just hike into Little Yosemite Valley before Nevada Falls. I was sad to see about 3 miles of the JMT on the way down burned up. This is not the JMT that I remembered from 2011. Apparently there was a fire here (the Meadow Fire) ...

The Trout Are Nervous

A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jun 19, 2015

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... in the bottom of the arid Owens Valley, and Its shoreline is devoid of trees and vegetation. However, once you get out on the lake, the vistas are awesome. Looking westward you get a 180 degree panorama of the Sierra Nevada mountains whose base seems to reach down to the shoreline. Eastward one can see the still snowcapped White Mountains (home to the oldest living organism on the planet, the 4,000 year old Bristlecone Pine.)

Crowley is ...

PCT day 55. 6/13/15. Miles 879-893.5

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 13, 2015

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... my day. Him and his girlfriend ended up camping next to me at Purple Lake, and we played some more tunes by the campfire. Eagle Eye made friends with some JMTers, a dad and son that had a fishing rod. They ended up catching two trout from the lake, and we fried them with olive oil, honey and salt. That was indeed awesome. I finished my day eating fried fish by Purple Lake by the campfire. Need I say more. Yes, I must. Get well soon Ninja. You are in my prayers fellow ...

PCT day 51. 6/9/15. Miles 828.3-845.8

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 09, 2015

... some high cirrus clouds. Hmmm?! Sure enough, by 11am, dark clouds began to loom over the mountains. I was worried I'd get rain and/or snow in the pass. As usual with passes, the higher I climbed the more snow and frozen lakes I encountered. The trail was covered in parts by snow. That entailed post-holing my was thru occasionally. I tried rock hopping as much as possible to avoid the snow. The scenery, ever so beautiful, forces me to stop many times to ...

Yosemite education - birds and botany

A travel blog entry by haddons on May 21, 2015

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... 40 years. He took us to a number of different habitats so that we could see a variety of Yosemite's resident and migrant birds. It was surprising to see how colourful many of them were - there are 11 types of woodpeckers, we mostly saw the acorn woodpeckers. The Western tanagers were orange and yellow as is the Black-headed Grosbeak, the Northern Oriole is a bright orange, stellar jays are dark ...