Murphys Suites

Address: 134 Highway 4, Murphys, California, 95247, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 134 Highway 4, Murphys, is near Ironstone Vineyards, Mercer Caverns, Sugar Pine State Park, and Cave City.
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    Travel Blogs from Murphys

    #4 - San Antonio Falls

    A travel blog entry by seangerk on Jan 25, 2015

    96 photos

    ... has been talking about San Antonio Falls and I'm excited that I'll finally get to experience it!

    We head out Sunday morning from the house in Arnold. The first part of our hike will be on paved roads, before we make it to the trailhead. As we are walking along, we see deer in someone's yard! Some rather strange looking deer, that seem to be wearing Hawaiian print shirts. How funny!

    The weather is amazing! You would never know that it ...

    This year ends as we prepare for 2015

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Dec 31, 2014

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    Happy New Year to All! It's cold (for us in central California) with temps in the low forties and strong 20 mph winds blowing. After spending yesterday and this morning reading about our destinations online and viewing some wonderful photos other bloggers have posted, it's time to seriously think about packing. We expect to be in colder, wetter weather once ...

    Murphys a hidden gem

    A travel blog entry by gretchen_a on Oct 04, 2013

    6 photos

    ... aren't. Our guide Ken gives us the rundown and we discover the moaning cave gets it name from the sound that echoed off the cave at the entrance. The entrance has since been blocked off so the sound is no longer. We then find out we will be walking down 234 steps and then back up the same number, about 165 feet under the ground or 16-17 storeys. The first 60 stairs are narrow wooden steps but not too bad. The remainder are a metal spiral ...

    Yosemite Sam

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 31, 2012

    10 photos

    ... Half Dome, El Capitan, the valley floor and a number of other -minor in comparison to the former, but still epic - mountains. We all stopped for a group photo here, and the poor guy who offered to do it for us had to take about fifteen on the different cameras! It was beautiful and made us really excited to get on with the hiking. We could see mist settling all over the valley, but through it, the sun was already coming through; we could tell it was going to be a stunning day. ...

    June 8, 2012

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 08, 2012

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    ... the valley there were hiking trails of varying difficulties, and I can see why so many people are drawn to the park. After leaving the valley we headed to “Glacier Point” that was billed by the ranger at the Visitor Center as the second most important point to visit. Glacier Point was about an hour drive from the valley, through the mountains to an elevation of 7,214 feet. The drive took us through 4 tunnels cut through the granite mountain side, 2 ...