Laguna Mountain Lodge

Address: 10678 Sunrise Highway, Mount Laguna, California, 91948, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 10678 Sunrise Highway, Mount Laguna.
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        Travel Blogs from Mount Laguna

        Fifth Leg of the PCT - Burnt Rancheria to Sunrise

        A travel blog entry by dlesicko on Apr 03, 2015

        7 photos

        It is spring break for all of us. We decided to do an overnighter on the PCT so we could knock off 20 miles. Alex brought his son along on the trip. This was an absolutely spectacular section of the trail. We hiked along the edge of the Laguna Mountains with gorgeous views into the desert to the east of us. We hiked for about 10 miles the ...

        Am i awake?

        A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Mar 29, 2015

        4 photos

        PCT register entry #1 "holy, holy,! I'm here!!!! FreedomTrain" I must be a sleep. I've done this to many times. It can't truly be real. it can't actually be happening. How to check if I'm dreaming? Pinch. Nope nothing's changed. Can I fly? Nope, even though it kinda feels like I am inside. Wow, I'm actually out here, I'm actually at the Mexican border, and I'm actually awake living what has been in my dreams so many nights and so many days. These were ...

        Post office please!

        A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 19, 2014

        4 photos

        April 19th Had to start hiking at 3 am in order to make sure we would get to the Mount Laguna post office before it closed. Made it there at 9:20 am with tons of extra food already and then gave more away from our two supply boxes as well. Left town round noon and made it to the Laguna campground, site 47. Ended up covering 10 miles before we got to the post office, hiking by headlamp in the dark. Another ...

        Resupply Points

        A travel blog entry by craigbarr on Apr 08, 2014

        2 photos

        Knowing when, where and how to restock one's supplies is essential to succeeding on the PCT. Imagine walking 20 miles a day through heat or snow, sand or mountain passes and realizing you don't have enough food to make it to the next town. The fear of this possibility is what drives me to check and recheck every resupply along the trail. Sometimes there will be a town with a decent size ...

        It can only be up from here!

        A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 15, 2013

        3 comments, 2 photos

        ... come on down to investigate. I was afraid he would get run over, so Scott went to the other side of the road to meet him. Then the others came, so he went to the top of the road to ask for water. A man named Chi'taan gave us bottled water. Every home looked like it has a well with some kind of pump system. This man was a bear of man, but so gentle and considerate. He went back to the house and brought us 4 bottles of water.