Ice Lakes Lodge at Royal Gorge

Address: 1111 Soda Springs Road, Soda Springs, California, 95728, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 1111 Soda Springs Road, Soda Springs, is near Sugar Bowl Ski Resort, Donner Ski Ranch, and Soda Springs.
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        Travel Blogs from Soda Springs

        Day 28 - Grudge Match

        A travel blog entry by jonatkins on Jul 09, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... and hiked back down again to pick up Kate and the kids and head to another (!) crazy golf course for the grudge match of the century. Highlights can be seen on Pay Per View at $35. . We also sampled the best BBQ joint in town for lunch (Moe's). Hell yeah, it was good. Pulled pork. Deep fried shrimp. BBQ beans. Corn bread. Collared greens. Sweetcorn. All good. Any thoughts of a 'light lunch' faded fast and were replaced by a tightening of the ...

        Lukewarm Pools and Lamb Feasts

        A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 06, 2014

        4 photos

        ... is at least nice to soak in some water and get semi-clean. There is also a sauna right next to it, which we make use of also. It soon gets filled with some vacationing Icelanders. It seems there is a large group of gynaecologists and their partners staying here a couple of nights. We are also joined in the sauna by an Icelandic golfer who apparently tours around the world entering prestigious competitions. With him is his friend, who works not too far away helping out with horse ...

        Sleeping Saurians and Endless Black Deserts

        A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 05, 2014

        9 photos

        ... rocks. There are reds, browns, oranges, purples, all highlighted by the almost flourescent green of moss covering the rocks. It is beautiful and quite frankly awe-inspiring, and the thought strikes me that if this was in the UK, it would be a very famous tourist attraction bringing hundreds of visitors per day, but in Iceland, land of incredible spectacles, it is merely an optional side trip on a hike.

        After eating some dinner (super noodles yet ...

        Meeting Susan Kovalik

        A travel blog entry by okes on Jul 16, 2014

        4 photos

        ... afternoon (Stage 1) session, we were taught how to create a brain-compatible learning environment in our classrooms. Some key ideas were: bringing nature inside, using two or three complimenting colors (avoiding primary colors), and avoiding harsh lighting. We also learned how to maximize "prime real estate" (the area in front of the classroom) to allow students to focus on us as the speaker.

        We Attend Mass Then Visit Virginia City

        A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 11, 2013

        23 photos

        ... book, Roughing It, apparently still sore about it.

        We drive into town and its hard not to notice that it is built on a steep hillside. The main street is located on a gentle incline but homes on the west are built on ground quite a bit higher. The terrain on the other side looks like as if it were suited more for mountain goats than humans. St. Mary's of the Mountain Catholic Church is not more than a couple of hundred feet downhill from main street but ones toes jam into the ...