Tamarack Pines Inn

Address: 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, California, 95223, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, is near Lake Alpine, Bear Valley Cross Country and Adventure Company, Green Tree Golf Course, and Mary Laveroni Community Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bear Valley

    Route 66 from Barstow, CA to San Bernardino, CA

    A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... was as I haven't seen any since Texas. Along the way through Hodge, Helendale and Oro Grande most of the old roadside businesses have been abandoned to nature's whim except for the former Sage Brush Inn west of Helendale which has been adapted to a residence with a recreation of the inn standing alongside. I crossed the Mojave River into Victorville although like so many other southwest rivers it has a complete lack of water right now. ...

    Knackered Towns.

    A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... hot desert. The only thing you could see was the road you were driving on, disappearing in a 'vanishing point' many miles away and mountain ranges varying between some ten to twenty miles away all around. We crossed the Mojave River at Oro Grande: This is a grand name indeed, but it is just one massive concrete factory that you can see for miles away. It does have a nice steel truss bridge over the river though, although that is not enough to make this a nice ...

    The Road to Oatman, AZ...Historic Loop Route 66

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on May 17, 2012

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... valleys and breath taking curves in the road…with NO guard rails for a good bit of the "precipitous cliffs" part of the drive! John LOVED that part. None of the pictures we took do the views justice at all.

    At one of the pullouts, we met a very nice couple from England who were traveling through our southwest on holiday. As we were talking to them, a large number of motorcycle riders from different parts of the country came past us. Bill told us that he had ...

    Mad Dog's Trail

    A travel blog entry by aum on Oct 15, 2011

    4 photos

    ... long, so we decided to try them both. The one on the left was our first choice. This one had lots of tall grasses, and was very narrow. It was about 3 feet wide, and there was a cliff and the end. After walking for a while, we discovered that this trail also led to a dead end. So, sadly, we had to turn back. This time, we decided to try the other trail. We quickly discovered that this trail was very long, so we followed it. ...

    Jane Rides

    A travel blog entry by cchasez on Jan 09, 2011

    25 photos

    ... three of us were on our way up the mountain. Jane was extremely quiet. I tried to get her to relax and enjoy the view but all that occupied her mind was the increasing space between her feet and the ground. This was Jane's first time on a ski lift, Ate Rot had some practice with her lessons. I explained the dismount but I could see she was not listening. The time came to get off, and Ate Rot and I prepared to get off; Jane was frozen. "You have to ...