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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Charm Motel Burney
Travel Blogs from Burney
... I got to McCloud river and campsite here by 16:30, 9 hours from where I started at 07:30. I did the first 15 miles without stopping for water or food. I just kept on going. Since the water sources were still spread out the first 10-15 miles today, the trail seemed packed today because the water sources were full of hikers. The trail was very forested today, and when the canopy did ...
... is 10 miles away, and then after that another 10 miles. We didn't feel like hauling so much water. So we decided to camp at the next water source (Moosehead Creek) and settle for 20 miles today. Tomorrow there are more water sources, so we can easily do 25 miles. The PCT hikers that I saw today are Dino DNA, All good, Etch-a-sketch, He-man, Spontaneous, Sarge, ZigZag, LoneStar, Humpit, CC, Topper, BearCan, TooMuch, Sinbad, and MintyFresh. Yes, the trail was crowded ...
... on this hot day. Thank you God. From there, we pushed 10 more miles to the next water source, where we camped for the night. On another, note I discovered some major wear and tear on my pack on the vital part of it (the suspension). I fear it may not last me thru the rest of the 1150 miles. There is an REI near Ashland. I may have to get a new pack there and for sure new shoes. My shoes will have 1000 miles by then and they already have ...
Thursday, July 16, 2015. PCT day 88 Miles 1390-1412.2 Today was a 22 mile day on the Hat Creek Rim. I have to say that it got quite hot, up to 91 degrees. I started hiking by around 6:45. Before I left, I made sure to camel up, drinking two whole liters. The morning was cool and pleasant. I had gotten reliable report that the water cache ...
... with no natural water sources. Luckily, though it was still hot, the sky had some clouds in it to block out the sun and keep me going on my way, as well as a soft breeze to cool me down. Today Mount Shasta came in to view. It towered in the distance with snow all over it taunting me as I baked in sun. It stands alone looking majestic and calling my name, asking me to climb it. I can't help but ...