The Haven

Address: 78 Knoll Avenue, June Lake, California, 93401, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 78 Knoll Avenue, June Lake, is near June Mountain and Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Kitchenette

        TripAdvisor Reviews The Haven June Lake

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from June Lake

        The Ghost Town (full of tourists)

        A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Aug 19, 2014

        26 photos

        ... der bis 1881 anhielt, lebten etwa 8500 Menschen in der Stadt. Nachdem sich die Minen leerten, verließen viele der Einwohner die Stadt und 1886 lag die Population schon nur noch bei 1500 Einwohnern. Nach einem Feuer 1892 erholte sich die Stadt wieder ei*****maßen, bei einem weiteren Feuer 1932 wurden jedoch 90% der Stadt zerstört und Bodie wurde allmählich zur Geisterstadt.

        Sowohl innerhalb als auch außerhalb der Häuser ...

        Detours, forest fires, pizza and tents

        A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 26, 2014

        4 photos

        ... Tuolumne meadows at 8,600 ft above sea level - an alpine wilderness of meadows and mountains.

        As we drove on an eerie red light spread through an expanding fog. A large forest fire was taking hold roughly in the direction we were headed. We drove on keen to reach our tents after a long day in the car. The smoke became a little thicker as we got within 10 miles of Curry Village. At this point a fireman brusquely directed us in the wrong direction. We drove ...

        Yosemite Sam

        A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 13, 2014

        1 comment, 30 photos

        ... valley floor for 2307 meters. Especially favoured by rock climbers for its sheer granite face. We found ourselves at one point standing in the valley staring at its enormity as professionals of the sport tried to point out to us people scaling up the face. The figures resembled fleas crawling on the footpath and were barely recognisable from our vantage point. A wonderful national park that is truly one of natures wonders which we didn't want to ...

        Yosemite or Bust

        A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 27, 2013

        2 comments, 22 photos

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        Aug. 5th

        Woods Creek to Lake Marjorie via 12,000 foot Pinchot Pass. Likely one of the most physically challenging days of my life (Barb speaking). 3,600 feet up, fully loaded with equivalent of two bowling balls on my back. Ascending forever! Eight plus miles, slow, hot going. But cold tonight at Lake Marjorie. Nine miles. Felt like 40.

        Aug. 6th

        To ...

        Water, water everywhere, but not in Yosemite!

        A travel blog entry by crossingtheline on Sep 15, 2013

        ... A pretty long hike for us, especially in 94 degs heat. Mirror Lake was also totally dry. Seasonal. Now, call me old fashioned but don't you think that somebody here at the Parks Service would have thought to let visitors know beforehand? We advised several people on our way back that the lake was dry and we were treated as heroes! It's hard work hiking in this heat, as beautiful and stunningly majestic as Yosemite is. Now, that said, we have had an amazing day - this place is ...