Gull Lake Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wheel, top bloke! It didnt take long to cycle from one side to the other but it was definately worth it, alot more relaxing cycling it than driving it thats for sure! It was very windy which was a good thing cause it blew off most the cut hairs from my head. Back to the van, bikes on the rack and map open. Not that there was any point in having the map cause we didnt know where we were going. We decided after being on the road a while to go to Yosemite. We took ...
... the monumental El Capitain standing at nearly 9000 ft above sea level a truly incredible, imposing monolith and not surprisingly a mecca for rock climbers. We stopped off at Valley View, a beautiful spot where the Merced River bubbles through the meadows against the backdrop of the mountains. Ribbon Falls was more of a thread at this time of year, especially with the drought that California has been suffering, but the water was running, just. We headed past the aptly ...
... in good order.
That said, Yosemite never ceases to amaze. We caught it on a gorgeous afternoon and found ourselves making our way in the late afternoon, early evening sunlight, which only accentuated the beauty. Doing it on a bike makes it only that much better as you have an unobstructred view of the surroundings.... part of the reason I love riding so much.
Anyways, I'll let the pictures tell the rest of the story.
... various small channels.
We walked about a km across the meadow to the soda springs. The natural spring of soda tasting water bubbles up at several points. The charming stone cottage of the Sierra Club used for cross country skiing & walking hut was in a great location. We were lucky to see a pair of Mule deer grazing on the meadow and many Belding Ground Squirrels that scurried about. In the distance we could see many snow capped mountains.
The area ...
... I'm sure they all smoke pot over here!) Although there were people milling about at breakfast, there were very few people on our first trail, the silence was broken only occasionally by a deer rustling in the grasses or a bird call. Bagged a couple of trails then returned to the food court for some free coffee and hot chocolate. After that we jumped in the car to take the hour drive to Mariposa Grove. An area of giant Sequoias trees. ...