Mokelumne River Lodge

10704 Hwy. 49, Mokelumne Hill, California, 95245, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Mokelumne Hill

Placerville to Kirkwood, CA

A travel blog entry by lindemand

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How did I leave this day out!!!! For some of us there was over 9000 feet of climbing in 70 miles! Yes, 9000 feet. I made it to 8200 feet and then my posterior said it was time to go home! At dinner that night there did not seem to be anyone complaining. We were looking foreword to a good rest and a new start in the morning. Carson Pass ...

Davis to Placerville

A travel blog entry by lindemand

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The group departed Davis early hoping to beat the heat on a 65 mile journey into the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. Memorial Day festivities made for crowded travel on the 30 miles of the American River bike trail but the mild weather and shade from the old oak trees made the ride comfortable. Beyond Folsom the heat and road traffic picked up and made the rising highway grades more of a challenge.
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Beware the man with a stick

A travel blog entry by pjjones

10

... Sutter Creek and Jackson, ending up in Sonora. We Stayed at the majestic Sonora Inn built in 1895 which of course is very old for the US. We found a bar and having one of our first draught beers of the holiday we watched in astonishment when a bloke came bursting in holding a broken stick. The locals rallied round and disposed of the stick and ...

Day 1 Brian's Awareness Tour

A travel blog entry by briansmith16

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I got off to a great start. I was able to ride 40 miles uphill in the rain which was all that i could have hoped for considering the conditions. I spent 30 minutes with the 8th grade class at Golden Sierra Middle School telling them about my trip and most importantly how to try to avoid using tobacco in the future. I ended my ride for the day in Camino, California. We stayed in the motor home close to a pizza place where we watched the Giant's ...

Gold Rush

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... town of San Andreas, which is famous for the fault line where two tectonic plates meet and causes a lot of the earthquakes. The line was not visible from ground level in San Andreas, so we opted not to go there. There were a few other towns we stopped by for a short time, but they didn't exactly have an old town center. They just had a strip of old shops. Those towns were called Fair Oaks, Roseville and Elk ...

Location

This lodge, located on 10704 Hwy. 49, Mokelumne Hill, is near Sutter Gold Mine, Kennedy Gold Mine, Court Street, and Double Springs Brewing Co.
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