Pine Cliff Resort

Address: 150 woodman, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 150 woodman, Mammoth Lakes, is near Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, and Sierra Star Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

    Mammoth bumps and bruises all over bodie

    A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Sep 09, 2014

    The title will become clearly at the end of this blog. Remembering things you have done a day later is hard, but when as busy as us and seven days later is near impossible. I love a challenge and I certainly won't forget this day in a hurry due to life threatening moments. Having explored the key elements on Yosemite we decided to get some exercise done whilst combining with views. So how do you go about seeing lots of things. You go up. So Bushell decided in his wisdom to persuade me ...

    7 May 2014 - Yosemite to San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by bec_mark on May 07, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... too. So we had to take our third option. The roads are so confusing and badly sign posted. The third option was less than ideal we had to travel on a skinny road with a drop one side and hard up against rocks on the other. The road was so narrow it didn't even have two lanes so when we passed another car we both had to slow right down. This wasn't helped by how windy the road was with most corners as blind coroners. It was about triple ...

    Cute little mountain village

    A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 29, 2013

    19 photos

    ... Stopping at the first big lake, Tenaya Lake, we cautiously exited the car once again to get a photo. The plan had worked - no mozzies! Yes! We stood there for a while, got back in the car and drove on to Olmsted Point. We decided we would walk this one, but which way, up the massive granite boulder or out on to a granite boulder.. Up the massive boulder it was. It was well worth the torture of the walk - what a view!

    We drove ...

    A Tale of Some Lakes

    A travel blog entry by allenfam on Sep 26, 2012

    8 photos

    ... high above the current water level. The islands on Mono Lake are also an important nesting place for California's sea gull population. Gulls migrate to Mono from all over the state as it is a safe haven for nesting, and excellent feeding ground. The lake is home to a couple of endemic species that have adapted to its harsh conditions: alkali flies hatch in the shallow briny waters, and feed on the shoreline, and brine shrimp have also evolved to ...

    On the edge of our seat!

    A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel on Sep 04, 2012

    14 photos

    ... of nowhere, where we thought we saw civilisation again, we found in the middle of nowhere the US marine Corps high altitude training centre. We reached a small town, where we filled up the tank with petrol and continued on our journey until we came across Mono Lake. Looks like one of the good things about taking the Pass was we would get to see this Lake. Jase has seen a few pics of this lake before. We detoured to have a look, ...