Portal Motel

U.S. 395, Lone Pine, California, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lone Pine

Tahoe to Lone Pine.

A travel blog entry by jennyusa


A below freezing start to the day as predicted, but beautiful and sunny. We left the green alpine side of the Sierra Nevada range at Lake Tahoe for the drier eastern flank of the mountain and high dry valleys. Our trip today took us mostly through elevations between 6000 and 8000 feet with our highest pass at Conway summit of 8138 feet. The natural grasses have been replaced by a lot of sage brush due to over grazing by farmers in the ...

The wanderers wander in

A travel blog entry by team-elephant


... of this arcane site gather from time to time in interesting places all over the world. 250 “HU travellers” made it to Cambria. Some were hard-core adventurers, others were there to look for encouragement to start their own travels.

For Team Elephant it was four wonderful days. We gave two presentations, attended many others and listened to the stories of those who had already been to the places we intend to go. ...

Out of the Valley ... by the High Road

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone


... kitting up but we didn't stay to watch as it was bitterly cold to the extent that the puddles (even the deep ones) were still frozen. We continued until we found a picnic spot higher up (in the Alpine region of the road in fact). A weird sensation when out of the car of hot sun on you while the air was still too cold to sit in. An information sign explained that the Tioga Pass climbs through every region from ...

Highs and Lows

A travel blog entry by farnie10


With our electronics recharged, and our eyes opened, by Las Vegas we hit the road again. This time it was all about the journey. We had no particular highlights in mind until we arrived at Sequoia NP 2 days later. Inadvertently, we probably crossed paths with more highlights in the next 24hrs than any other time on our trip!!

First on this ...

Wonderful Mt. Whitney

A travel blog entry by pugetview


... br> :
Monday, July 29, Whitney Summit Day:

Wow! Gorgeous day. Thank you God! On the trail by seven with "our Scouts". (Boy Scout troop we'd been hopscotching with since Lone Pine.) Left camp intact, taking only food/water. Made summit about noon. These mountains are huge rock piles! No vegetation, no snow, no trees---ROCK! Just kept eyes on trail. Didn't want to look down. Steep and exposed. Especially "creepy" ...


This hotel, located on U.S. 395, Lone Pine, is near Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Creek, Movie Road, and Tuttle Creek.
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