Whispering Pines Lodge

Address: 13745 Sierra Way, Kernville, California, 93238, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 13745 Sierra Way, Kernville, is near The Kern Valley Museum, Cannell Trail, Brush Creek, and Dry Meadow Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Kernville

    Day 102 - Navada is to hot bring on California

    A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on Jul 31, 2015

    21 photos

    ... drive back out of the valley but Rupert did great. We did stop once to make sure to not over heat. Before we left Death Valley we rang around for campsites on hearing the expected temperature for the night was a cool 70 deg F we decided a few more hours drive was going to be worth it for a good night sleep. We made it into camp by 10pm and had an amazing night ...

    Through Death Valley and beyond... hopefully...!!!

    A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 27, 2014

    54 photos

    ... five feet below sea level at one point.

    Having gotten into Death Valley, we now had to get out of it. As soon as we left the "resort" there was a road sign we we not happy with... "Turn off A/C for the next 20 miles to prevent overheating"...!!! What...??? It's 43 bl##dy degrees down here! They have to be kidding don't they...??? They weren't...!!! The temperature in the car rose steadily as we cruised along at a regulatory 55 mph, with Elaine asking "Can we turn ...

    Yogi's Magic

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 26, 2014

    4 photos

    We came around to Walker Pass, mile 650 and found what...? Pancakes. Big fluffy pancakes...made by Yogi. This was a pretty big deal to me at least. Yogi is a bonafide PCT and trail world celebrity. She literally wrote the book on the PCT, Yogi's Guide. Every year since 06 or 07 Yogi and comrades make the trek to Walker Pass campground and do some seriously intense trail magic. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, ...

    Livin' for Lone Pine

    A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 24, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... cup of soup per person for dinner. Plan to go back (the two miles) to water first thing in morning, without packs.

    Camp about 10,300 feet. Many weird rock columns and walls. Feels like desert. Sandy soil, sparse understory. Lots of gnarly, ancient junipers, pines with twisted orange wood, quite beautiful and exotic.

    Next day:

    Backtracked two miles to ...

    Superlatives Continued

    A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad on Jun 16, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... activities of our illustrious trio) amidst the giant Sequoia trees. In fact, Marth... I mean Auntie Pollyann :) and Mom impressed me tremendously by braving the 400-ish steps up the side of a granite dome to the top of Moro Rock! We went first thing in the morning to avoid the heat and were rewarded with great visibility and spectacular views across the High Sierra to the Great Western Divide. From there we did an easy little walk – the Big Trees ...