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Buckeye Hot Spring

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Buckeye Hot Spring

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Toiyabe National Forest, Bridgeport, CA
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4 Day Sierra Nevada Tour of Yosemite and Tahoe from San Francisco
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4 Day Sierra Nevada Tour of Yosemite and Tahoe from San Francisco

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Experience the grandeur of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada mountain range including Tahoe and Mammoth Lakes. This 4-day excursion, departing from San Francisco, takes you into the rugged Ansel Adams Wilderness and introduces other landmarks including Yosemite’s giant sequoias, Devil’s Postpile National Monument and the ghost town of Bodie State Historic Park. You’ll discover an outdoor playground filled with pristine lakes and sweeping vistas, with the option to kayak, stand-up paddleboard or bike around Lake Tahoe. Overnight hotel or camping  accommodation is included on this small-group tour by minibus.
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WeAlwaysWAnder wrote a review Nov 2020
Olympia, Washington3,048 contributions215 helpful votes
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After a day of traveling, we camped just down the road and were able to cool down and then warm back up in this hot springs / cold river therapy area. Like many others have said, this hot springs was busy on our visit, but there was still lots of parking area. The access down to the river could be too steep for some, I tried to snap a picture, but given there were people there choosing to dip naked, I didn't want to be snapping pictures over the edge rudely. But just know that the hillside is a loose dirt/rock steep climb. Once down to the water there were a couple of man-built dipping areas made by piling stones to capture the hot water and create a 3 foot or so deep pool. I had to sit to be comfortable in the heat. And just on the other side of the pool - freezing cold river water. It was very refreshing and a nice way to relax with a cool beverage and talk to some new friends!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Barb D wrote a review Aug 2020
Poway, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
This was one of highlights of our trip to Bridgeport. The views from hot springs on top were amazing but the best part is down below by the springs, just be prepared with proper shoes, the hike up is challenging with flip flops on (we had never been here before).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Stu R wrote a review Aug 2019
Palo Alto4 contributions2 helpful votes
Three smallish pools by the side of the creek. Very relaxing. Steep trail down to the creek and a relatively long dirt road to get there. Still it is worth it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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WPW wrote a review May 2019
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Lovely travertine springs dripping into a creek side pool. Better st lower river runoff levels as the snowmelt cools the edge of the hot pool. Our only beef was w/ some folks hot springs etiquette vis a vis Bluetooth speakers. We’d prefer to listen to the music Nature provides. The cascading creek, bird songs and wind in the trees are part of what we seek out in such special spots. I love music created by humans But if I want that experience I can listen to that in a hot tub.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Tom B wrote a review Dec 2018
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania17 contributions9 helpful votes
We really enjoyed this place. It was beautiful... had white noise of the river to drown out talking. Occasionally someone would show up with a bluetooth speaker, which is tasteless & obnoxious. But, that's life. It's a really nice place, fairly secluded & very beautiful
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Date of experience: September 2018
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