White Chief Mountain Lodge

Address: 7776 White Chief Mountain Road, Fish Camp, California, 93623, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7776 White Chief Mountain Road, Fish Camp, is near Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad and Pioneer Yosemite History Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Fish Camp

    Real camping- tents,rain and aching muscles.

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... went to do a walk to see a waterfall. A sheer climb but worth the effort. Good job I don't suffer from vertigo! Again it was good not to be too slow though by the time they decided to do a further lake walk I ducked out when the route became very steep and spent a pleasant 20 mins enjoying the peace,sound of wood peckers and watching the squirrels.So to return to San Francisco. Roughly 6 hours of driving. We stopped to refuel at supposedly the best fast burger outlet in USA. ...


    A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 08, 2014

    14 photos

    ... long at all and worth the trip. We actually stopped off in a place called Curry village as we were looking for a shop and out of nowhere a stag and doe came out from the trees and just walked through the car park, obviously looking for food, they were so tame and came very close to us and the cars. Was very cool and lovely.

    When you get down to Yosemite valley it turns into one way roads which is nice as then you can pull over on ...

    A (semi) rest for the legs and a furry friend!

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2014

    ... hear "Ooh" and "Aaaah" and "isn't it amazing?!" While I frantically searched for just a glimpse of the promised bear. Finally, I saw him, moving powerfully and yet incredibly gently through a gap in the trees. It was a breathtaking moment. All of the noise of the camera shutters and hushed whispers around me disappeared and my focus was held entirely by the beatiful creature before me. The bear moved through the trees along the edge of the road, finally padding into a clearing in front ...

    The mighty Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Aug 08, 2014

    27 photos

    ... rebuttals than looking dumbly at our feet and muttering dumb excuses. About half way down we hit the day shift (hundreds of people!) Three quarters down we hit the half day trippers (thousands of people ) and were reassured that our illicit experience held the righteous high ground if judged in the spirit of adventure.

    Rest of the day = Beer, swims and snoozing.

    The day after that we set off south east towards mammoth but before leaving the park Jamie took ...

    Cabin 23A

    A travel blog entry by shks on Jul 19, 2014

    44 photos

    ... long) slow ride through the park. The road goes through the forest and once in a while there is a magnificent view of different parts of the park. But the speed limit varies between 15-35 mph so that you don't kill a bear if they saunter out into the road. We came into the park from the NE side and had to get all the way down South. It took forever.
    We eventually made it to our cabin. It is a wonderful, peaceful, lovely place. Shabbat was heavenly. We sang Kabalat Shabbat on the ...