Mammoth Creek

Address: Meadow Lane, Crowley Lake, California, 93546, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Meadow Lane, Crowley Lake, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center.
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Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake

Road trip on pacific coast and beyond

A travel blog entry by doctoramybaba on Jun 20, 2015

9 comments, 105 photos

... We landed at SFO at 1:30 in afternoon. SFO offers a huge array of hotels, choose as per your budgets, Don't book breakfast in hotels, it is nothing more than coffee and muffins. There are any number of cafes and breakfast restaurants in SFO for all tastes and ...

The Trout Are Nervous

A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jun 19, 2015

7 photos

... a large lake with impressive lakeside views. Fishing is fantastic here. Every trout season opening draws up to 10,000 anglers in search of trophy Brown Trout. The record is 28 pounds with most averaging over 3 pounds!. We have never fished Crowley without catching large trout. This time we caught only one sizable Brown, but it was big enough to feed the 4 of us for dinner.

The next day we tried June lake which is Roz and my favorite. We ...

PCT day 60. 6/18/15. Miles 908+13 on JMT

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 18, 2015

... before reuniting near Thousand Island Lake. I stayed on the JMT because it is much more scenic, meandering next to several lakes (Gladys, Shadow, Rosie, and Garnett to name a few). Pete wanted to stop to take a dip in a creek. He only had the nerve to go about knee deep as the water was too cold. At Garnett Lake, while eating, we noticed some smoke in the air. We were wondering if there was a fire close by. Hopefully ...

PCT day 52. 6/10/15. Miles 845.8-859

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 10, 2015

... then checked to see if the ranch was open. Nope. It was closed. It kept on raining intermittently. I finally decided to head to the hot springs, but first I had to ford the San Joaquin River. The river was swift and up to my waist. I won't deny that I was a little freaked out mid way. I slipped on a rock and almost got taken away. It took me about 2-3 minutes to cross the 20-25 yard wide cold river. My feet were numb by the time I ...

Tufa towers, volcanoes, and Sierra Nevadas - OMG!

A travel blog entry by storyfamily on Jul 14, 2014

5 photos

... when the calcium in the fresh water bubbling up from underground springs, combines with the carbonite in the lake to form limestone towers throughout the lake. The lake is a sister lake to the Great Salt Lake in Utah and is home to many rare migrating birds throughout different times of the year.

After exploring the towers at Mono Lake we hiked up to a recently (600 years ago) ...