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

    Just gotta keep on walking

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Apr 03, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... the heat exhaustion as well so that's a big plus! My phone/ camera/ WiFi blog battery just dropped 40% while being shut off! I think I have a problem.... going to have to buy a new battery when I get to an actual town. Just a few minutes after leaving the trail angels house I came across an ominous square of yellow tape with a cross in the middle. Not more than 3 months ago a pack was found there and a young man had gone missing. Search and rescue has came and went but still ...

    The Desert

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Oct 26, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... morning along a line of palm tree oases (palm springs) in the Coachella Valley (Indian, not Spanish pronunciation), along the San Andreas fault. Had brunch at Panera, a bakery style cafe. The girls then went shopping and Bob and I checked out a couple of golf shops. The PGA Tour Superstore is huge and carries a massive range. Then we did a recon to the Desert Willow Golf Resort where we are ...

    I'm a Mountain Zebra… NOT

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 01, 2013

    12 photos

    ... descend into the canyon. We slide, climbed, skidded, crawled, and finally reached the bottom of the Honey Canyon. We then walked for what seemed like quite a distance. During this leg of the trek we ran into a decaying young zebra that had been there for more than 6 months. All that remained were bones and hide. Apparently it had broken its leg (we could see the severity of the break) and died in the canyon. We also spotted some tracks that Matt helped us identify ...

    The Joshua Tree

    A travel blog entry by jizmo on Apr 19, 2011

    4 comments, 71 photos

    ... small mammals made their homes under our feet and hid from the heat of the sun while ravens hung by the desert winds. As the heat built we moved northwards towards the Mojave. Subtly, the scenery changed. The sparse weeds and shrubbery made way for cactii and the Seussian Joshua Tree. These trees are the keys to survival in the Mojave. Every part of the plant is used ...

    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 ...