Surprise Valley Hotsprings

Address: 67254 Highway 299, Cedarville, California, 96104, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 67254 Highway 299, Cedarville, is near Sea Ranch Golf Course and Applegate-Lassen Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Cedarville

    Lassen Wilderness

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... Bumpass dream. Bumpass Hell. After this 5 km hike with some height in it we went over to the Boiling Cold Lake. Another hike where we saw a rather disappointing pool with a small cold water geiser. We then worked out way back, did some laundry and set camp. It's gonna be cold again. Another campfire. National Parks are called America's greatest idea. They are for sure but we have to keep in mind that most of them, and most certainly the oldest ones, are basically ...

    Butte Lake or Manzanita Lake?

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... the Milky Way. But at the Manzanita campground we found a spot. Just 1 mile from the north-entrance of the park. Nice between the trees. We are building a campfire. It's gonna be cold tonight. Alice gathered additional wood. No hookup, so we are a bit more camping. (Although I've a generator, battery packs and an AC-converter; with camping I still refer to the American way of camping). With that remark I'm going to take a nice hot shower. In my self-supporting ...

    PCT day 89. 7/17/15. Burney Falls.

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 17, 2015

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    Friday, July 17, 2017. PCT day 89. Miles 1412.2-1432.4 I am definitely regretting cowboy camping last night. The mosquitoes were notorious, and it was damn hot even just using my silk liner. It didn't cool off until around midnight. I am full of bites. They even bit through my clothes. The mosquitoes are the one thing I despise the most on this trip. On another note, Cuban B finally caught up to me. He is my trail twin. Everyone thinks I am him ...

    PCT day 88. 7/16/15.

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 16, 2015

    ... road 22 was stocked. So I packed only 2.75 liters. I was able to make the 8 miles to the water caches with out tapping my water. I had a snack break there and chugged one liter. By 2pm, the temp got up to 92F. I took intermittent breaks in the shade. The next water source was about 13 miles away. Along the way along the rim, Mt. Shasta ...

    PCT day 87. 7/15/15

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 15, 2015

    ... the trail skirts a dry cliff for 30 miles. This rim is exposed with no shade and no on-trail water. It can get really hot here as well. There was a trail side attraction called Subway cave. Of course, I had to stop and check out this lava tube formation. Finishing by 1800, I got my water from Lost Creek and enjoyed dinner watching the sunset and enjoying the views of Mt. Shasta, 100 miles away. Tomorrow I hike 20 miles to the next water ...