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Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake
Two days, three hikes, 25 miles. That is all I saw of Yosemite before quitting this trip. I didn't even bother venturing into the valley, as there are just too many people and the waterfalls aren’t spectacular this time of year. Instead, I hung out in the Tuolomne Meadows region, which was rather quiet on a Monday and Tuesday.
I did my second 13,000 foot peak in a week, hiking Mount Dana on an absolutely perfect sunny day. Here is why I can’t leave California for ...
... observatory. The walk down was ******* a steep dirt track, but had amazing views. The bonus was a very acrobatic humming bird. It did a deep dive so fast and close to us we could hear its wings buzzing and then it would climb straight up into a stall like aerobatic pilots do. This happened 2 or 3 times.
The last day in LA was family oriented with special times with everyone, including lunch and dinner with Sid a joyful centre of ...
... up driving almost to Vegas, just giving him back the wheel at a rest stop about 1 1/2 hours out, handled the driving well even if i do say so myself. And speaking of rest stops Australia could learn something from the yanks - big rest stops, really clean seemingly in the middle of nowhere, with vending machines selling cold drinks, hot drinks and ice creams, australians could also learn a few road manners from the yanks ...
... to be nourished. As a result of this overuse, the lake could no longer sustain life; at 2.5 times the salt level of the ocean, nothing but brine shrimp could survive in such a harsh environment. Towers of calcium carbonate called “tufas” protrude out of the lake giving the area its signature eerie look of being in an alien world.
At the intersection of Tioga Road (Route 120) and California Route 395, there is a Mobile Gas Station that ...
... and suggested we explore that. Five minutes from the overlook, the views were more spectacular than the overlook without any people. We continued climbing up the mountain until we reached a backcountry campground. We soon realized that the campground was in fact Inspiration Point, which was disappointing. We turned around stopping about fifty feet above the overlook. The sun was sinking lower into the sky behind us casting gold and pink hues over the Valley, Half ...
Other places to stay in Crowley Lake
3236 Main St, Crowley Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $173
- Mammoth Lakes Holiday Inn
- Good Standard Holiday Inn
- Great hotel in the middle of town
Meadow Lane, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $185
Sierra Nevada Rd, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $88
Arrowhead Lane, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $118