Westin Monache Resort Mammoth
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
... an elk grazing nearby. Enormous mountains were breathtaking, including the famous El Capitan. Enjoyed a dring at the famous Ahwahnee hotel, before stopping for thousands of photois of the beautiful scenery, including lakes, streams and granite ...
... br> After lunch, we headed across the bridge above the falls and onto the only uphill section. Non-strenuous??! The path zigzagged uphill for a mile, apparently gaining 800 feet. Megan went into automatic pilot and sped up the first bit with Emma following steadily behind. Jonathan was left to coax Ben up. Halfway up no one was speaking. We had drunk vast quantities of our water and Ben had discarded his walking stick as it was "slowing him down". ...
... to survive. The trees however thrive and we were told that the rains do come later in the year. We stopped to view the mountains at tunnel view point, joined the throng of tourists to look out to glacier point (no snow on it at this time of year but impressive nonetheless). Drove round meadows, viewed El Capital mountain and the half dome mountains. Finally as the rain stopped we hiked for two hours along the rim of the canyon and finished up climbing a hill ...
... off for it and ended up in farmer country, back onto the I-5 south it is. We have now drove this stretch of road 3 times haha. Had tea at Andersens in Santa Nella, was fine to have a real meal with vegetables and things instead of a fast food tacos and *****. Getting closer to Yosemite now, see a sign which says camping next right, we take it....nothing, absolutely nothing for miles. After a couple of poorly judged lefts and rights we see a sign for camping at ...
... if you look up you see the Half Dome. The path then follows the course of the river and at Swing Bridge I cross the river and as you look right, again there is the Half Dome, but this time, it's viewed across the river and the beautiful meadow, in the meadow there is a deer too which just adds to the perspective. Back to the hotel for a breakfast in our room, next time, we should have bought a chilly box early on as we could have filled it up with ice at all out hotels to ...