Boulder Lodge

Address: 2282 Highway 158, June Lake, California, 93529, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 2282 Highway 158, June Lake, is near June Mountain and Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from June Lake

      If you go down to the woods today

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 02, 2014

      16 photos

      ... even a real road, its like driving through dunnottor woods. Matty managed to pull off a 40 point turn and get us headed away from our almost certain deaths to the inbreds that will live at the bottom of that road. We went a bit further on that road we were originally on and matty came to him senses and we turned back. So after driving 82 miles in the forest we are back to a normal road. We end up sleeping at the side of the road we saw 3 hours earlier. We will never learn ...

      Cycling and swimming around Yosemite Valley

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 28, 2014

      13 photos

      We had a more leisurely start to the day after packing it in on our first day in the valley and staying up late playing board games in one of our tents. We went for another big American breakfast in Curry Village, bumping into a deer on the way. We then bought some packed lunch goods before walking the short distance to the bike hire centre at Curry Village. It took a little while to get used to the peddling backward to brake on the bikes, but we were ...

      Tioga Pass Road

      A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 10, 2014

      34 photos

      ... Sequoia trees a thousand years old. John Muire, the father of conservation, was inspired by these massive trees to get them protected. The 3 km route we followed was the same route used by the miners, loggers and tourist who visited Yosemite.

      We had lunch by the Yosemite Creek, which seemed small and unassuming with no hint of the long drop it makes as Yosemite falls into the valley below.

      The vegetation changed from forest to sub alpine as we gained ...

      A Wonderful, Magical Place--Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Jun 10, 2014

      9 comments, 26 photos

      The landscape changed as we approached the Yosemite area. The hills got bigger and the road more winding. We approached the KOA where we had reservations and thought, "This is beautiful!." We had no idea what we were in for. That afternoon we visited the quaint little town of Mariposa and picked up bus/shuttle schedules and information about the park. We caught the ...

      Amazing Yosemite

      A travel blog entry by tryan on Oct 22, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... however there is very little water in the park at present as there is no snow, so the lake was dry. It was an amazing walk though as the colours of autumn, or fall to use the correct lingo!, are coming through and the golden hues against the green pines and the granite cliffs were impressive. Slept in a tent in Curry Village which was freezing, even with 5 blankets! On Wednesday I paid for the guided tour up ...