High Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Bumpass dream. Bumpass Hell. After this 5 km hike with some height in it we went over to the Boiling Cold Lake. Another hike where we saw a rather disappointing pool with a small cold water geiser. We then worked out way back, did some laundry and set camp. It's gonna be cold again. Another campfire. National Parks are called America's greatest idea. They are for sure but we have to keep in mind that most of them, and most certainly the oldest ones, are basically ...
... Lunch was good though. We moved along the 98. Stopped at historic McCloud. Again a town with nice old buildings. A historic Main Street. Well, don't get overexcited; we are talking like 7-8 buildings here. By 17:30 we entered Lassen Volcanic. Turns out our campground was about 40 miles in the north of the park. But there were choices. Of course. We therefore chose to leave that what it was although it had some advantages. There were lava beds and a beautiful ...
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After nearly 6 hours we were in the outskirts of Susanville. We left 395 and headed northwest another 30 miles to our destination. In a way, I was sad to see 395 leave us. Mile for mile this road has to be one of the most scenic drives in America. Sure there are other beautiful highways, but I'm not aware of one that stretches not dozens, but hundreds of miles. Moreover, consider the history and points of interest along the ...
... morning we drove south along Hwy 31 - called the Oregon Outback which had us in rain and snow for over 209 miles. Beautiful snow and good roads. Although we planned to stay in Likely,CA the park was closed due to snow, so we motored on to Susanville to see my family. Then headed back to Wilton over Hwy 80 and more new snow. Very spectacular views and the rig worked very well. The cat liked it ...
... area”; there you could easily see the devastation caused by the 1915 eruption. Further down the road we came to an area where 350 years ago three large avalanches brought an enormous amount of rock plummeting down the mountainside and covering the area in many feet of loose rock, and as a result the few trees growing here are all dwarfed. This was definitely a National Park that should be on everyone’s must see list.