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Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake
... some high cirrus clouds. Hmmm?! Sure enough, by 11am, dark clouds began to loom over the mountains. I was worried I'd get rain and/or snow in the pass. As usual with passes, the higher I climbed the more snow and frozen lakes I encountered. The trail was covered in parts by snow. That entailed post-holing my was thru occasionally. I tried rock hopping as much as possible to avoid the snow. The scenery, ever so beautiful, forces me to stop many times to ...
... rocks resulted in a kind of slide in which your foot got buried under rocks with each step.
This wouldn't have been so bad except that the slope was extremely steep and there were larger boulders that would also move, and small cliffs that you had to be careful not to slide over. All in all, the amount of time it took to climb equalled the amount of time it took to descend, however, the going down was much more wearing on our nerves.
... food with us, built a fire and we spent the evening chatting, eating, toasting marshmallows and looking up at the glorious milky-way. This morning after I watched the sun rise over the hills and Katie and I had been for an early morning walk we met them back at the campsite and shared breakfast before we parted ways, though not for long as we will be meeting them again this afternoon as they have offered to share their campsite in Yosemite with us tonight as ...
... for awhile. The madness and majesty of the High Sierra is calming itself down to much more gradual terrain. We will be back on the PCT tomorrow night, strange thing, not being on the PCT is noticeably "strange" to both Becca and I. I mentioned this and Becca agreed wholeheartedly, it's like we are visiting somewhere momentarily but are slightly anxious to return back "home" to the PCT. Trail has a way of getting into your ...
... the zany promenade walk with markets, food musicians etc. etc.
6. Seeing my first squirrel and hummingbird in our street.
The opulence of the Hollywood and Beveley Hills home is, of course, staggering. There are all sorts of stars that live or lived in the houses. Of course there were the stories of death, where Michael Jackson died - a house and where Janice Joplin died - a hotel. Hollywood is full ...
Other places to stay in Crowley Lake
3236 Main St, Crowley Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $115
Meadow Lane, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $140
Sierra Nevada Rd, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $88
Arrowhead Lane, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $118
Joaquni Raod, Crowley Lake | Hotelfrom $468