Walker River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... eight hours of riding time. Survival is considered a pretty ambitious goal.
This year’s Death Ride, called the “Tour of the California Alps,” was held July 11.
Bicyclists in the Death Ride climb and descend Monitor Pass (8,314 feet) from both directions, Ebbetts Pass (8,730 feet) from both directions and Carson Pass (8,652 feet). Their entry fee is $140.
In a much less painful fashion than what ...
... 1892 and 1932 destroyed 90% of the town. Both times, there was plenty of water in the reservoirs to stop the fires straight away, but someone had forgotten to replace the grills and so the hoses were all full of mud and didn't work. Pretty careless really.
You can wander around most of what remains of Bodie, and it has been left pretty much as it was abandoned, with rusting cans and other rubbish strewn about the streets. It ...
... desert to shower ourselves, as the rapidly drying water left trails of salt on us.
In order to fully rid ourselves of the salty water on our skin and hair we went and found another hot springs which was even hotter than the first, and was perfect bath temperature. Slightly too hot as you lower yourself in, and it had a beam of wood which made a perfect perch for when it was time to cool off. After spending some time at this one Ben was on a hot spring mission and ...
We drove along Tioga Road (Hwy 120) onto Yosemite Valley with stops at Bridalveil Fall, Inspiration Point, Half Dome, and views of El Capitan and Cathedral Rocks.
The terrain within the park changed at lot. From the north east where we entered, the mountains had significant snow but as we crossed to the west side of the park there wasn't any sign of snow. ...
... a Forest Service campground on Tioga Road, which leads into the park. When we got there in the late afternoon it was indeed smoky, but when we awoke the next morning it was as clear as could be, and the Sierras looked magnificent amidst the pines. That would be the pattern for the next several days: smoky in the afternoon, clear in the morning.
Back in the town of Lee Vining ...