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... route, we were unsure where the descent to get down the rock was. We did some sketchy down climbing and opted for rappelling off a tree to get down to the now obvious return trail that the guidebook said would take us back to our starting point.
The "obvious" trail was extremely fine talus (talus is just a slope of small, medium, and large sized rocks that are close to a mountainside) that slid whenever you stepped on it. Traveling down this slope ...
... food with us, built a fire and we spent the evening chatting, eating, toasting marshmallows and looking up at the glorious milky-way. This morning after I watched the sun rise over the hills and Katie and I had been for an early morning walk we met them back at the campsite and shared breakfast before we parted ways, though not for long as we will be meeting them again this afternoon as they have offered to share their campsite in Yosemite with us tonight as ...
... were not really any short hikes and the wind was still blasting from all angles. We decided to spend one more day relaxing at the Scamp, neither of us was really stoked on hiking anyways as we had just spent the last two weeks straight hiking on average 10 miles per day. We did decide to drive over to the town of June Lake to check it out. It was a nice 15 min drive with the lakes on one side and the Sierras on the other. The town itself ...
Lazy day Tuesday we rose to find there was heavy snow throughout the night covering our resort in snow. Lazing around in bed for a few hours we decided it was time for breakfast. Mark went out hunting and gathering to bring Bec back some tasty breakfast in bed. I had French toast, scrambled eggs and bacon. Bec had porridge. After breakfast mark hit the gym then came back to drag Bec out of bed and take her to the pool. We swam around in the pool for a while and relaxed in the hot ...
... it was still freaky all the same. The squirrels all starting making funny noises then and standing upright to warn each other about the bobcat, that was interesting to observe, but still no bears! Off to Curry Village tonight for Pizza and some drinks. The pizza here was one of the best pizzas we've ever had, which was surprising, along with beer and some cider, a great way to end a great day! Off to Lake Tahoe ...
Other places to stay in Crowley Lake
3236 Main St, Crowley Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $145
- Mammoth Lakes Holiday Inn
- Good Standard Holiday Inn
- Great hotel in the middle of town
Sierra Nevada Rd, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $88
Arrowhead Lane, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $118
1914 Meridian Boulevard, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $182