Seven Circles Retreat

Address: 49496 Hwy. 245, Badger, California, 93603, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 49496 Hwy. 245, Badger.
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Travel Blogs from Badger

There's a bear in there

A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 14, 2014

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... by the time I got half way to the car I could barely walk, but I found the wallet and we headed up the stairs. The fire watch station is home to the ranger for 5 days and four nights at a time, and has a bed, a stove and a heater. Everything you eat or drink needs to be carried up and the shower and toilet is at the bottom of the stairs. But the view would make those inconveniences worthwhile, it is astounding AND they did have a sale on souvenirs, and I had ...

Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park

A travel blog entry by laurenross on Jul 28, 2014

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... clogging the views? We continued on to Sequoia and found some really amazing scenery there, loving all the massive red-barked Sequoia trees. We stayed 2 nights at Dorst Creek then a night at Lodgepole and finally 2 nights down a crazy windy road at Mineral King to bunker down for the weekend (a terrible time for campers that don't make reservations). We really enjoyed Sequoia, ...

Bear Fun

A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 14, 2014

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... that due to the threat of bears in the area, no food could be left inside the van overnight, so we had to remove all of our goodies into the 'bear bins', specially designed containers, on our sites, which made us a little worried about the frequency of the bear break ins!! Still we survived and made our way back out of that national park, and on our way to the more famous one, Yosemite, where we once again had not booked a site, as they immediately sell out 3 months in ...

"Testical throwing" competitors take on California

A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on May 12, 2014

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... in front of The Fallen Monarch, a tree that fell more than three hundred years ago, the roots of which were huge!


We broke the drive to Las Vegas up by staying overnight in the Padre hotel in Bakersfield. There isn’t really anything to see in Bakersfield itself but the hotel was great and felt really luxurious after our hostel and lodge. After a good nights sleep we were ready and raring to go for Vegas. The last couple of ...

Fear

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 28, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... precious. We didn't find the General Grant but we did see some really huge redwoods. The peace and quiet of these ancient groves is now tempered with a feeling of sadness as the evidence of the loggers still remain laying all around.

We climbed back in the car and continued along the road through the park. The brief glimpses through the trees showed us a beautiful vista of thickly forested valleys stretching away in to the distance. The first pioneers ...