Kaweah Motel

Address: 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter, California, 93221, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter.
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    Travel Blogs from Exeter

    There's a bear in there

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... It wasn't so much the stairs as the hand rails or lack of them. In some places the hand rails were knee high jagged rocks, just high enough to ensure you toppled over the edge and fell the few hundred feet to your death. The walk up looked easy, but every time you thought you were at the top you encountered another set of stairs, but eventually we made it to the top of the rock. The view rivalled Buck Rock and I have no idea why anyone would want to see if the ...

    Happy Birthday Love!

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

    95 photos

    ... total in hiking, with just a short stop to eat lunch at Moro Rock, so we were ready to get back to the Scamp for a beverage and dinner. We had to leave Sequoia the next day for Yosemite, and were glad we'd had a decent amount of time to explore with perfect hiking weather after our first day. Sequoia and Kings Canyons were beautiful, and we would highly recommend both. They definitely surpassed our expectations, or lack thereof, with their wide array of scenic beauty.

    Day 24 Giant beautiful Sequoias!!!!! and bear cub

    A travel blog entry by drhammer on Mar 05, 2014

    34 photos

    ... blogs are very behind being posted.

    Anyway, we woke up this morning to an incredible view of the lake and surrounded by mountains. Even though the lake was down a great deal it was still very large. We cooked pancakes, eggs, and bacon for breakfast and then made our way down to the water which was a pretty bumpy drive onto what was once the lake bed. We could only drive so far because we didn’t want to get stuck, and then walked probably a quarter of a mile to ...


    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 28, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... then that split. One thing I have learnt about America is that sign posts don't necessarily mean what they say and maps often do not describe what the actual terrain is like. So… we wandered around and found lots of huge stumps. These are the remnants of the logging industry that threatened to wipe out the sequoias in the early 20th century - it is estimated that around 95% of the old growth Redwoods have been logged - so the few old ones that are left ...

    BIG Trees: The Giant Sequoias

    A travel blog entry by keralajs on Sep 18, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...