Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa
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... the Tufas in mono lake. Volcanic growths that at sunset give stunning colours. We were lucky to find these or our hotel given we drove the wrong way from mammoth lakes for thirty minutes and had to do a daring u turn on a freeway. If only I had my compass. Oh yes that was in my bag that was only to arrive that evening. Dinner at the second restaurant in town was a BBQ feast with ten herds of cattle on plate. Fat belly and clean Parki was then able to go to sleep to rest his broken ...
... Saddlebag lake and the 20 Lakes trail i read about. It was a high altitude, about 10,000 feet after we drove up the windy dirt road. The scenery was amazing and there was a layer of snow on most of it. The full trail is about a four hour figure eight thru mountains and we decided to do the first half around the lake only. The tail was super rocky scree and difficult to walk on. We took tons of pics and i'll post some in a few ...
... telly with bears catching fish in the river. Beautiful! After a long, long walk we made it to the rainbow falls which were really impressive. We were knackered especially since we carried the babies all that way (3 miles so far). I had read in the visitor book that we could get the bus back from rainbow falls but we soon realised there was a problem since the falls were in the middle of the forest with no road nearby at all!! As ...
... So we cycled back to Yosemite falls to try and get the pictures we missed the night before. We cycled over to mirror lake which is a beautiful little lake underneath a huge rock face. AK really wanted to swim in it but the water is freezing cold. We paddled in the edge but it felt like a million needles were stabbing your ankles it was so cold. We then drove around the entire bike trail and came across more little lakes and different views of the ...
... so they can ride the waves without much effort. Even though we could have stayed all afternoon, we had to keep driving, so we headed farther south, stopping at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to quickly see the only natural waterfall that empties directly into the Pacific. From there we were finally on the most scenic part of the PCH, a curvy road that took us past amazing vistas of the coastline. We made a stop ...