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Sierra Nevada

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Sierra Nevada

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Get a new perspective on the gorgeous La Jolla coastline on a sea caves kayak tour. No gear or experience is needed to paddle along the coast with a guide, exploring sea caves and rock formations while looking for marine life such as sea lions, dolphins, and even orcas.
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Joanna w wrote a review Jan. 2016
London, United Kingdom239 contributions359 helpful votes
The views are absolutely spectacular. Don't forget a camera as you will want to remember this amazing place forever. Stunning!
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Date of experience: December 2015
Jen and Mark wrote a review Oct. 2015
Tempe, Arizona11 contributions7 helpful votes
My husband and I have backpacked here 2 years in a row; it is so majestic and surreal. We started at Onion Valley, there you must cross over Kearsarge Pass to get into the back country. From there we did Glen Pass to the Rae Lakes. Absolutely beautiful!! I am a beginner backpacker and was able to do it just fine. I highly recommend the trip!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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newgloworm1 wrote a review Sep. 2015
Perth, Australia14 contributions5 helpful votes
Awesome company to go hiking with. Real concern for the environment and eco-friendly hiking through this incredible natural environment.
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Date of experience: August 2015
eumundiward wrote a review Mar. 2015
queensland62 contributions13 helpful votes
I drove out of Death Valley and came to a place called Lone Pine and was immediately struck by the magnificent snow capped peaks rising from the sedimentary basin. As you child growing up through the golden years of television, I remembered the black & white movies about wagon trains and the early settlers being stopped in their tracks by this natural barrier. It was all just storybook stuff then, but suddenly the reality hit me and I understood. I asked a waitress from Lone Pine if mountaineers in this day and age try and cross the Sierra Nevada from here, and she replied, no, nobody can cross these mountains. From Lone Pine you can head into the Alabama Hills and see where they made all those old Westerns, ie: Lone Ranger etc etc.
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Date of experience: February 2015
David L wrote a review May 2013
Grass Valley, California21 contributions18 helpful votes
To break up our weekend of party and gambling, my wife decided it would be fun to tour the famous tunnels that were used by the gangsters of the 30's and 40's and later on by Sinatra's Rat Pack in the 50's and 60's. We were at the tour early and waited very patiently for the next tour. So about 20 mins . after the tour was suppose to start, our tour guide shows up with his last group. So we finally start our tour after another 10 mins waiting for the tour guide to finish talking to the last group. So we're already a half an hour late. So our guide takes my wife and I out to the back of the casino where some 1 room cottages are kept. But, the group that had just finished, keep following us. So the tour guide is now giving this other group a tour again. He started talking about the history or what went on in the cabins over time (i.e. Marilyn Monroe was killed by the Kennedy's and Sinatra, different conspiracies, and then he starts talking about the bible and the end of days...) This other group starts asking questions about the end of days. This goes on for about 15 mins. I'm thinking, where is all of this going. Finally we start walking back to the casino and all the guide could do is talk about how bad it smells down in the tunnels and that if it was ok, not to go there. I asked hey wait a minute, we wanted the tunnel tour and hear about the bootleg times and history. So he takes us into a concert hall where The Rat Pack would play, not interesting, just looking at an empty stage. So I ask him why we can't see the tunnels. He says he thinks something died in them and that's why they smell. SO we asked if we could check them out anyway. So he takes up thru some hallways that have been boarded up and used as storage areas for the casino. I asked again if this was a tour about the famous tunnels. He says this is it. I asked f we could ask for our money back and he replied, it would affect his pay, because he gets paid on how many people take the tour. I said this isn't a tour, but decided that I would say anything because my wife and I were the only one's on this tour. We're about 20 mins. into the"Tunnel Tour" and he gets paged. So he says he has to leave for another tour, and leaves us. I can't believe they would advertise something like this. anyway, that's my story about the Famous Tunnel Tour of the Cal Neva Casino.
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Date of experience: April 2013