Oak Tree Inn Dunsmuir

Address: 4000 Siskiyou Ave, Dunsmuir, California, 96025-1931, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4000 Siskiyou Ave, Dunsmuir, is near Castle Crags State Park, Mossbrae Falls, and Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park.
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          A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Sep 11, 2015

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          ... to pass us by while he waved to Jen on the tracks.

          We felt like we were being transported to another place though. when we got to the waterfall, it was probably one of the top 5 experiences on this trip. There were a couple of other people there that day (6 in total), some fishing below the river. We saw the light rays catch the side of the waterfall, sending bright lines through the falling water ...

          Exploring the mountain

          A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 28, 2015

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          We did hike Panther Meadows, a short loop trail through sparse forest, rocks from the 70s Avalanche, a meadow also created by the avalanche, and some streams from a spring somewhere. Very pleasant although rocky trails aren't my favorite. We found a good Jeep ride on a cross country ski trail. On our way back to ...

          To Mt. Shasta

          A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 27, 2015

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          The new tires and alignment made for a smoother quieter ride! Super happy about that. On our drive we kept watching for smoke from the fires but it seems to have disapated. We're staying in a KOA park close to town and noticed a railroad track not far away. See how that goes tonight! The dust around our site and the park, horrid! It billows with every step. While getting set up and trying ...

          PCT day 96. 7/24/15

          A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 24, 2015

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          ... did I spell that right?). He was ******* blood. Apparently they where doing 30-35 miles days every day. This dude already lost 40 lbs and was not even overweight to begin with. Some of these hikers get to caught on getting as many miles in per day. They stare at there feet all day. Crazy! In closing, I am looking forward to cowboy camping tonight. Not too many mosquitoes out and the temp is dropping nicely. I hope I see shooting stars as I doze ...

          Starting Out...

          A travel blog entry by beachreader on Nov 24, 2012

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          ... to take a few more things to our storage unit in Milton, we then went to the Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn to boondock. Boondocking or dry camping is basically when you stay in a parking lot or campsite, either for free or a very low price, with no hookups and little, if any, amenities. We spent two nights at the casino, one night at a campground near the Enumclaw fairgrounds, then the day after thanksgiving joined our family for ...