Paulina Lake Lodge

Address: 22440 Paulina Lake Rd, La Pine, Oregon, 97739, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 22440 Paulina Lake Rd, La Pine, is near East Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from La Pine

    Day #4 E. Davis CG to Kiahanie CG

    A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... and steep climbs. We don't care anymore, we can't be hurt by a climb at this point tomorrow is our last day of an amazing bicycle tour! The topper to the day was when Kevin road by on his Cervelo ealking hairs dog in the campground and asked about our trip. A few minutes later he whipped up into out campsite with 2 Deschutes Iverson IPA's for Dennis and I. That's the way to finish a day of ...

    Big Red, LaPine State Park, and our bike ride

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 29, 2014

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    We woke to 29 degrees. We are cold! We are Southern gals and do not experience below freezing temperatures that often.

    By the time we left the condo at 10 AM it is 44 degrees. We drove to LaPine State Park in La Pine. The big attraction here is The Big Red, Oregon's largest ponderosa pine. It is 168 feet tall with a 29 feet circumference and may be ...

    We slept in a volcano

    A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... We were camped right at the edge of Paulina Lake and got to see a beautiful sunset. Paulina Lake is the lake created when Newberry erupted so many years ago I don't remember. But 1300 years ago there was an obsidian flow and today you climb to the top of that flow. It is pretty amazing. You just ...

    A day of two halves.

    A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 07, 2013

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    ... 6-10 years providing the ideal environment for the native flora and reducing the animal life able to be sustained in the area. As European immigrants gradually colonised this area the burning was prevented and active management changed the proportions of different types of plant life, going on to affect the animals the forest was able to support.

    Far from reducing the animal life this increased it by changing the plant materials available to indigenous animals and providing ...

    Bikes and Beer... again

    A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... like a bloody tractor!

    Whenever we came to a stop it was necessary to stop the engine before even thinking about searching for the oddly placed side stand.

    And the turn signals... separate right and left turn switches... with the right turn switch exactly where the starter button is on pretty much every other bike... ever!



    Goes like a dream though! Immediately the bike starts to move it sheds it's weight. It is ...