Lindsay Inn

570 South Mirage Avenue, Lindsay, California, 93247, United States | Motel
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Big, Fat Trees

A travel blog entry by farnie10


... hide, but as we returned to the Sierra Nevada range from the orc******** it's western flanks there was no sign of anything large. In fact it looked like typical sub-alpine stragglers, with nothing above the tree-line. We were still perplexed as we entered the park, and were starting to wonder what all the fuss was about. We collected our park map and began the 1,000m climb into the mythical forest of monster ...

BIG Trees: The Giant Sequoias

A travel blog entry by keralajs


... development had grown here at such a pace that by 1930 it featured four campgrounds, over 200 cabins, and dozens of parking lots, all of which were damaging the trees. Since 1980 they have removed all of these structures and built new campgrounds and lodging facilities at a safe distance away. We had breakfast at the new Wuksachi Lodge on our last day and thought it would be a lovely place to ...

Giant Trees Everywhere

A travel blog entry by faganroadtrip


... language speakers seemed to be the minority around the park.

4. These remote and less glamorous parks seemed to be as crowded as Yosemite.

5. The winding roads in the park are enough to force many to suck down a Dramamine pill or two - this can make for drowsy passengers.

6. The thrilling fifteen-minute hike up the face of Moro Rock affords you the greatest view in all of the Sierra Mountains. ...

Yosemite and Sequoia

A travel blog entry by crittykay


... camp host, Dave, who graciously called on his Walkie Talkie and found that there was indeed 3 open sites due to people who were no shows. After we scouted each one we found a spot that made us all happy. High Seirra from that point on become known as "the shithole". We did have "the shitholes" shower key tied up in a $20 deposit, so we did go back the last day to take advantage of much needed showers. After a slight hiccup about ...

The Trees Say "Hello" & So Do a Bunch of Tourists

A travel blog entry by thequestforps


After strong morning coffee & a hearty breakfast, I hit the road to head back to the Giants Forest (the Sequoias are spread around the park, but have a specific area where they are most dense.) I parked at a visitor center & took the shuttle to General Sherman tree (yes they have shuttles, so a lot of the park can be seen even by those who aren't avid hikers. Now you have no excuse not to come here. Yes, you reading this!) General Sherman is the world's largest tree! Yup, ...


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