Mariah Country Inn & Suites

1385 Highway 58, Mojave, California Desert, California, 93501, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 1385 Highway 58, Mojave, is near Mojave Trail, Cedar Canyon, Lanfair Valley, and Fort Piute.
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Travel Blogs from Mojave

And We're Off

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jun 24, 2014

7 photos

... to Lego Land. After dinner in Bakersfield, we drove a bit on to Mojave, CA.

That last stretch took us through the mountains. While the sun was setting behind us and beautiful long shadows were being cast on the hills to our sides, we turned off the highway to pull into Mojave and we noticed the first Joshua Trees.

It has started!


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Southern California

A travel blog entry by craigbarr on May 17, 2014

21 comments, 36 photos

... 22 miles from here and that a campsite is 1 mile past that. We are hoping to bounce back and get a 23 miler tomorrow. The next two days after will be a 5-6k ft climb up to Wrightwood. We may as well burn rubber before the climbing starts up again. Day 23 - 23 miles to campsite just beyond Cahone pass. (343.5) Day 24 - 18 miles to pine forest campsite outside of Wrightwood. (361.5) Day 25 - 11.5 miles to Jackson flat camp ground (373) This was easily the best campsite of the ...

California, we are returning for another visit!

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Apr 04, 2013

5 photos

... sun. By now, the poor little Navman lady is becoming very confused in all these mountains. She tried to take us off the highway and onto a little mountainous goat track called Triangle Road (very fitting). Ed decided that we were not even going to attempt this, chucked another difficult u-turn, stopped and went to a lonely looking cabin close by. Well, what a crack up. Couple of girls came out, smashed off their ...

Back in the USSA

A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Apr 27, 2012

9 photos

... centuries to keep people afraid and under control. Perhaps we can all become more in control of our own destinies and lives if we try to understand other peoples and other cultures.

I don't mean to offend nor denegrate my fellow citizens; there is a lot of good in the US and Americans can be some of the most friendly and helpful people. Sometimes I get frustrated that we can be so insular and allow our ...

Desert mini-adventure

A travel blog entry by shaunnesbitt on Sep 13, 2011

4 comments, 4 photos

... rest overnight at the desert boundary, we left at about 9am this morning on a 50 mile road heading through the desert. Had I known the "road" I picked at random on Google maps was actually a dirt track most probably suitable for 4x4s only, I wouldn't have attempted to drive across it. However, Google doesn’t distinguish between paved roads and sand tracks strewn with massive rocks!

The track ...