Alpine Lodge

Address: Mount Lemmon, Arizona, 85619, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located in Mount Lemmon, is near Mount Lemmon, Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, Arizona Trail, and Oracle Ridge.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Lemmon

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A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 08, 2013

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... years was a success and in others they came up short; however they did remain in there for two years. As a finicky eater I can see one of the areas they came up short was their plan for food. They had plenty of nutrients in their diet but they came up short on calories. One of the things they planted was a horrible tasting, but nutritious beans called lab lab. I raised the question of why didn't they plant peanuts...high in calories, protein, and oil for cooking. They said ...

Day 11 - Grand Canyon (South Rim)!

A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Aug 21, 2013

12 photos

... Then we passed through
Boulder city and on to route 95, we crossed Lake Mead but couldn't
see the Hoover Dam. We then continued and stopped at 9.15am at a
sweet little service station with lots of route 66 stuff for sale. We
then carried on to route 66, that we kept on coming on and off. We
stopped for lunch at 11.15am at the historic Grand Canyon railway, at
Williams, Arizona on route 66. the place for lunch was lovely, we had
a buffet and sat ...

A tranquil oasis in the heart of Tucson.

A travel blog entry by fredmare on Jan 22, 2012

71 photos

... trip to Tucson. Once they arrive at the Gardens they are housed in a climate controlled environment which allows them to emerge naturally from their pupae. They are then transferred to the Greenhouse where they are released to fly free in a beautiful tropical environment. We didn't make it into the butterfly exhibit but did a quick peak through the window. Next time!


On the road again....

A travel blog entry by rvbunch on Mar 23, 2011

5 photos

... is happening elsewhere. I took a walk off the beaten path lastnight out past the coyote barier fence to take some pictures. I guess I got so into it I was distracted and all of a sudden had intense pain in my foot - I had stepped into barrel cactus debris...the thorns went right thru my sneaker! As I pulled them out (not an easy task, mind you) I laughed so hard at myself I almost fell into a prickly ...

Sabino Canyon Hike and Mt Lemmon Drive

A travel blog entry by zerorock on Mar 15, 2011

12 photos

After an early morning hike in Sabino Canyon (to beat the heat) we drove around to Catalina Highway which leads to Mt Lemmon. This turned out to be a pleasant drive on a good road with stunning views. It's 25 miles long and rises from 2500 to 8500 feet ...