Lyn-Mar Pond Guest Ranch

Address: 60072 Mammoth Pool Road, North Fork, California, 60072, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 60072 Mammoth Pool Road, North Fork.
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    Travel Blogs from North Fork

    Road trip on pacific coast and beyond

    A travel blog entry by doctoramybaba on Jun 20, 2015

    9 comments, 105 photos

    ... lifetime, which has instigated the fire to take more road trips in future. Sorry, airlines and travel agents, you will not be earning that much from us so soon. I will detail some of the things drivers will need to take care of. We made all our bookings of hotels ...

    PCT day 53. 6/11/15. Miles 859-873

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 11, 2015

    Thursday, June11, 2015. PCT day 53. Miles 859-873 I woke up this morning to no rain and partly clear skies. I slept in again. I didn't want to leave until my gear was somewhat dry. I packed my damp sleeping bag. I was able to somewhat dry my tent. My underwear and shorts were still damp as well. The little morning sunshine that came over the ridge was not intense enough to completely dry things. Oh well. ...

    PCT day 50. 6/8/15. Miles 811.4-828.3

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 08, 2015

    Monday, June 8, 2015. PCT day 50. Miles 811.4-828.3 Today was one my favorite days on the trail. I slept in today. I didn't leave camp until 8:15. It was only 5 miles and a 2000 foot climb to 12,026 ft. Mather Pass from where I camped. The trail continued to parallel the South Fork of the King River. As always, the views of the high Sierra's were amazing on the way up. Once over Mather Pass, my favorite part of the JMT ...

    Yosemite National Park

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Sep 08, 2014

    6 photos

    ... learned that these trees live for thousands of years, can measure around 20 feet in diameter, but only have roots four feet deep. Being the USA, they have named them. We saw the Old Grizzly (the biggest of them all), the clothes peg, the tunnel tree, the bachelor and three graces, the faithful couple, to name just a few. Next day we drove up to Sentinal Dome with the intention of hiking the 3 mile trail. Sadly, it was not to be, for ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... steep but had incredible views at the top as you would imagine (especially of the Nevada falls). The descent from this high point was nerve wracking at best - being a jutted rock "path" with a 500 foot drop beside it. I think everyone felt a real sense of achievement in finishing this hike! We then had a well deserved chocolate and crisp break in one of ...