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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      Jalen's Tahoe Trip

      A travel blog entry by jalen on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... too cold where every body part hurt so we called it quits early. We found out that Heavenly closed early too because of the conditions. Our plan was to take Jalen to see fireworks at Heavenly village on NYE but we cut the trip short and left NYE because of the horrible weather. It is way to cold, highs of 18. Jalen played a few minutes in the snow but not long because his face turned red. He really did enjoy the snow and kicking it and throwing it. He will have a blast in ...

      Walking, Walking and Walking

      A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... to the campsite the day before. Then it passes a steaming geothermal vent before starting to ascend through the hills. This first section of the hike is said to be one of the most challenging as it mostly goes uphill and the net ascent is 500 metres, but I don't find it too challenging despite the heavy load on my back, as the scenery is so astonishing along the way. The excellent weather and perfect visibility mean that I can see everything for miles ...

      Fantastic! Lake Tahoe by Power Boat

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 25, 2014

      26 photos

      ... paperwork filled, safety briefings and of course finding wetsuits for the Walker boys (and Dylan) we were set loose on a lovely 10 seater power boat. We were also given a two man tube to drag out the back when we got out into the lake. Worryingly I was deemed the appropriate person to pilot the boat out of the winding marina. The sun shone on a beautiful afternoon as we made it out onto the lake unscathed and let fly. After being told off for letting fly a bit too much we ...

      Death Valley

      A travel blog entry by tbasler on Mar 12, 2014

      8 photos

      ... is green and beautiful with lots of trees and nestled against the mountain back drop. But where does the water come from?? Furnace Creek runs through here and there is an underground spring. It is a different landscape from the rest of the parks dryness. Another question is; is it any different playing on a course 214 feet below sea level? The air is heavier and the ball doesn't fly as far ...

      Mono Lake, Bodie and Tahoe

      A travel blog entry by rrsjcs on Aug 03, 2013

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      ... pain from driving and bad beds, so booked a massage in town (refusing to pay for a $200 one in the hotel's spa!) . Was so good that J booked in for Saturday - during which we boys hit the beach. We rented a JetSki/SeaDo that takes 3 for half an hour. The hotel's egregious markup was unavoidable here, but you couldn't fault the convenience of it, waiting for us at the beachfront. Great fun had by all. The sea was relatively calm but it doesn't take a big wave ...