The Lodges

Address: 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 4, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1914 Meridian Blvd No. 4, Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center.
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

Red's Meadow Resupply

A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Jun 24, 2013

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... As I further descended into lower altitudes the temperature climbed. I stopped to cool down and strip off a layer. Above the forest canopy swayed and a woodpecker rattled out a beat to eat. I was tired and hungry so snacks of fruit leather made with my blender and dehydrator were consumed. My special ingredients of 5 Hour Energy and Deer Antler Spray gave me a bit too much nervous energy as I speedily misread a sign ...

Journey to Mammoth Lakes

A travel blog entry by usaroadtrip2013 on Apr 30, 2013

9 photos

... in America comes in large, larger or super sized (honestly, it was a nightmare trying to find washing up liquid in anything less than a gallon), we were all well fed for the rest of the day. We arrived in Mammoth about tea time, hooked up (we're nearly experts now) and headed out the village. Having reached the village to learn ski season has closed early this year, we ...

CALIF0RN-I-A BABY!

A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Aug 07, 2012

191 photos

... forest it was nice, and there were deers right behind us which was cool.
San francisco was really foggy! and the campsite was really far away through winding mountain roads it made me feel sick. We crossed the golden gate bridge which was cool, and we went to the Muir woods national park, home to the Giant californian red wood trees. The tallest trees in the world it was really cool.They were so big. We had to go to starbucks a couple of times so we could charge the laptop ...

Lee Vining & Bodie Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 21, 2011

27 photos

... the drifting dragon's breath mist. Once off the main road these views back across Mono Lake were such that I made so many squeaking noises of glee that Gary had to stop to take some photos of his own. Bizarrely for a road empty of habitation and leading to a ghost town, there were several cars in front and behind us; easily spotted for the dust that they threw up from the unmade road as they drove. In landscape like ...

Bootie Camp was never so fun!!

A travel blog entry by ronandkathy on Aug 01, 2011

2 comments, 67 photos

... s hike. The area flows down a gigantic glacial canyon. We were at an elevation higher that Tioga Pass to begin our trek. Our group of seven began hiking at Mosquito Flat (elevation- 10,300 feet) to Long Lake (10,543 feet). The friendly dog ensemble of Maddie, Corona, Desi, and Collin romped trailside and around the breathtaking environs. We hiked throughout Little Lake Valley with Bear Creek Spire looking down at us. Blankets of wildflowers dotted ...

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