Tamarack Lodge and Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Sierra mountains. I was somewhat envious as it sounded like an incredible trip, but not one that I could see me doing with the anti-hiker Annick anytime in the future! Back at the hotel we checked out, piled into the car and started the 200km trip to Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth is an attractive ski resort high in the mountains...the wooden ski chalets, ski lifts and surrounding mountains made it very picturesque. After checking into the Westin Monache we made ...
... meals are salads, sandwiches, fresh fruit, cheese and crackers. Don't cook any more than I did when I lived in a house.
Please continue to provide your comments and give me recommendations on places you have been and think I should see. I have yet to address transportation (bike, motor scooter, etc.?) to
get around once I'm camped. I am open to all ideas that are not too costly.
Looking forward to a long, hot shower in ...
... car park. The Sierra Nevada is a harsh landscape, scorched by heat in the summer, but cool at night, covered in snow in the winter. It's very dry, the desert scrub a stark contrast to the dense greenery of Yosemite; the earth dusty brown. South of Mono Lake grows the country's youngest mountain range, a series of volcanic cones rising from the plateau. We passed them as we headed back to the 395 from Mono Lake and continued north to our cabin at ...
... with ease and were taken aback that volcanic activity could shape the rocks in the way in which it has. It was a great view! Then without consulting a map we decided to walk round to the raibow falls.The fountain was beaut and well worth the sore feet hike. However rule nmber 1 of being up a mountain...always read the map! We thought this would be a short walk through the forest but no no no this walk was miles and miles long ...
... on to the road that traversed a route over the foothills of the Sierras in order to reach California and the road north to Mammoth Lakes. I passed steep dark slate cliffs along a road that wound up and over a tight pass and down the other side to a wide plain and into California.
I arrived in Mammoth Lakes just as an onimous front was closing in over the town. I set up for the night at the RV park and waited to see what the night ...