Mariposa Hotel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was soon to find out didn't like doing what she was told. After getting on and gaining confidence on Shirley we headed off. There was three guides one at the front, one in the middle and one at the back. Each horse followed nose to tail but as we found out they didn't always wanted to play ball. For the next two hours we rode western style (one rain in hand) over rough terrain. It was such blast I think as ...
... in Fresno which is a town in California of about half a million people. Driving was pretty straight forward and we were soon on our way. Of note was that due to the record dry summers over the past 3 years we passed 37 fire trucks as they retuned from a number of weeks battling blazes. Very similar to what we see regularly back home in Aust. We were stopped at one point and advised it would be a 15min wait ...
... were going pretty slow and while we were waiting, the storm clouds were moving in on top of us (because of the cliff, we couldn't see the weather). By the time the climbers were at a high enough point to start, we could here thunder and a light drizzle began. We opted for waiting another 20-30 minutes to see if the weather would pass. Good thing we waited because a full-on thunder, lighting, and hail storm ensued.
We didn't have time to take ...
... speed on the route. We started the approach just as the sun was rising and made the descent back to our packs and out as the last embers of light filtered through the gully’s giant trees. I guess we should have read Mountain Project’s comments on the route before attempting it to get a better sense of what to expect. Consensus gives the 5.9 route a 5.9+ (often an indication ...
... and also stopped at Starbuck's for a blog update. Picked up some groceries and booze, and we were set for our five-night stay. The drive turned out to be a bit longer than expected due to the sheer size of the park. After entering, we still had about an hour to get to our campsite. An hour filled with amazement and bliss, and in my case, teary eyes. This was the first time on our trek, and maybe ever, that my eyes have brimmed with tears just at the sight ...