Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley
Travel Blogs from Olympic Valley
... that about 10 miles of the trail was dry and this greatly slowed us down.
We talked a lot about life, friends, and economics before coming up upon 3 day hikers who missed there turn and were 3 miles off course with empty water bottles. It made me feel less stupid for all the things we forgot haha.
We walked to a water source with them and purified some water and then they looked reinvigorated.
Our clock was ticking though with no headlamps, we had 4 hours left to summit ...
We woke up in our fantastic hotel room that Mum had booked ages ago and we decided to have breakfast in bed,our only room service so far. It was great and everyone had a good brekky.
Then we walked through the hotel and had a look at the pool. It was an inside/outside pool which was cool. We then walked down to the lake to have a look before going back to put our swimmers on for a swim in the inside/outside ...
Our last day at Yosemite Valley after our summer camp style breakfast in the dining room we went for a walk to the bridge which has a great view of the falls except there is no water at this time. We see more squirrels and lots of people bird watching and on our walk back we see a mule deer and 3 fawns who came really close.
After that we packed the van and ...
... of these trees!!" (I think we’re hitting the driving wall today.) It was cool to see snow-topped Mt. Shasta along the way though!
When running a marathon, there’s the dreaded “wall”. Most people hit it about mile 20. You hit the wall, run through it, and then finish strong. So, I knew I had to get him through this wall…tomorrow will be better!
I forgot to mention, these weren’t just any roads… we were climbing ...
... 8230;in case you ever find yourself responding to trivia about Lake Tahoe!
Maximum depth (second deepest in the U.S.) - 1,645 feet
Average depth - 1,000 feet
Maximum diameter (north-south) - 22 miles
Minimum diameter (east-west) - 12 miles
Average surface elevation (above sea level)- 6,225 feet
Highest peak (Freel Peak) - 10,891 feet