The Pines Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Pines Resort Bass Lake
This place is beautiful, everything I imagined of a cabin in the woods! Really want to come back one day :)
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After only 3 hours sleep, we were up and on the coach at 7.30am. Everyone slept on the coach journey and actually the hangovers weren't too bad. We stopped a few times on the way to Bass Lake. We were travelling for 9 hours today and I have swollen ankles and feet again. We arrived at the lake around 5pm, chilled for a bit and then went to the boys …
... to watch...they looked like little speckles within the granite.
Sequoia groves of giant sequoias dwarf even the largest pine and fir trees that live among them. They are descendants of an ancient line of trees and can live for over 2,000 years. Their trunks can reach over 25 feet thick....unbelievable!!!! They are a symbol of longevity and strength and are even bigger than the Redwoods we ...
... first and then up again along all those hairpin bends around mountains sides with a drop off to take your breath away.
Roaring River Falls - the walk in so peaceful and sunny with no wind, just the rushing of the water to break the silence. Trout fishers along the river. Backtracked to Fresco (still very hot here) and then ...
... the bears, all of which was very interesting and informative and well worth the $25 each. Our stay at Yosemite was just the one night, a taste of what it has to offer - it's certainly a special place and with longer to enjoy it I can imagine one would relax and properly absorb the tranquility it has to offer - definitely a place we would revisit for longer. With a four hour drive ahead of us, we set off for ...
... was a photo op for pictures of El Capitan which is the largest single piece of granite known, Half Dome which had snow on top and Clouds Rest. Bridalview Fall was our next photo stop. All the falls in Yosemite flow into the Merced River. Three hours here.....lots took shuttle buses around the park while some walked the trails. Poor Sue wasn't well so we left her asleep on the bus. Had ...