Silver Pines Lodge

Address: 25955 Cedar Street, Idyllwild, California, 92549, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 25955 Cedar Street, Idyllwild, is near Mount San Jacinto State Park and Wilderness and Desert View Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Idyllwild

    Incredibly tough day

    A travel blog entry by mckpct on May 13, 2015

    30 miles
    What the hell did I just do????
    I started @ 8 am with 17 other hikers. GORGEOUS hike out from Idyllwild. but very steep. Mount San Jacinto summit climb today. first time above 10,000ft!!!! I liked this challenge, it was far different from anything the low desert could offer. I was super excited to battle this hike, push myself and see what I can handle. While ...

    Winding up my leave

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Oct 26, 2014

    32 photos

    ... to do over the course of a 3 day weekend (see FB album). For me, not being much of a drinker or gambler, I really enjoyed the scenic tour route in Red Rock Canyon, just west of Vegas, and our hike on one of the many trails they have in the conservation area there. I also had an opportunity to get to a yoga class at Modo Yoga LV, the US equivalent of our Moksha Yoga. Studio was beautiful and very relaxing, and the class really nice, as ...

    No Time for Swap Meets. Let’s Head Home!

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 07, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... west toward the Arizona-California border, which is formed by the Colorado River.

    Blythe is the California town in the Sonoran Desert that sits on the western bank of the Colorado. Blythe, elevation 272 feet, was named after Thomas Blythe, a San Francisco financier who established primary water rights to the Colorado River in 1877.

    Blythe is a stopover city for travelers – particularly between Los Angeles ...

    Namib Desert

    A travel blog entry by lyne_orser on Nov 04, 2012

    13 photos

    ... some time by the small pool. At 4:30pm, 14 of us did a drive in an open vehicle with a local expert who explained the desert and its mysteries to us. It was fascinating listening to him share his knowledge and the 3 hours spent with him went by too quickly. The arid desert has adapted to the climate and contrary to popular belief, water is immensely detrimental to this ecosystem. Rainfall typically is scant (2mm in 2009, ...

    Idyllwild, CA

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Jan 30, 2011

    ... artist types so we stopped at one yard where the guy creates lawn art - the hundreds of rusty carbon steel sculptures are mostly unrecognizable and priced in the $1000 range. You'd have to have a weird sense of understanding and perception to own and display these huge globs of mangled steel.

    June's Comments:

    I am really enjoying Hemet and the area and the RV resort here is absolutely great! The pool, hot tubs, showers and facilities are kept nice ...