Bristlecone Manor Motel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Ike declared it a national shrine, the only living thing to have that designation. Besides gazing at the big fellows, it was also cool driving between the walls of Kings Canyon. And as if I wasn't happy enough, there was also Boyden Cavern. A nice cave with two great things. They have a small bat colony and a solitary bat roosts above the cave entrance. When it gets dark, the bat flies back to ...
... miserable, wet and cold. You can also easily twist, roll, sprain, or break an ankle while falling through the snow up to your ******. For this reason I am not ever a big advocate of late afternoon passes. But with all the hear say and hype, we designed a two pass day. Pinchot early in the morning and then Mather in the mid afternoon. We basically set ourselves up for disappointment. Trail ...
... The snow conditions were ideal for our descent down the northern slope. But that doesn't mean it was easy. The north slope trail was still mostly covered in deep snow so the evolution had taken place and most hikers found themselves on a 60 degree scree/snow combo that was unsettling to say the least. Micro spikes won't help too much if you go head over heels downslope. We took our time, made wise decisions and always aired ...
... campsites there are, checking now. To help pay for gas we will probably pick up some hitchhikers. There are a lot of old looking men with long beards carrying worn out army duffle bags that look like they could use a break....hey, theres one ...
... for it which should be pre-booked or you need to wait around for 3 days and be lucky with a lottery. So instead we figured we would check out Glacier Point and some hikes round there. So we drove out through the beautiful valley and began climbing up. We had an impressive sight from Tunnel View looking back into the valley at the huge granite cliffs and green floor between. Continuing up we reached Glacier Point at 2199m where we could walk up to some stunning ...