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My son and I took an unplanned two day break from our hiking and we didn't regret it.
We rented a basic cabin which was a step up from our tent.
The river and hot springs were a short walk away so we enjoyed them...More
This location is not easy to get to. You need a 4x4 to drive up to Mono Hot Springs and then hike up to Doris Lake which is about 30mins or so. Secluded paradise indeed! Lake was nice and cool to swim in and the...More
This area of the Sierras is absolutely gorgeous and still very remote for most low-landers. The staff at Mono Hot Springs are friendly and helpful. We had a beautiful and remote little cabin tucked away between rocks, trees and the river. We are actually going...More
The long drive down a winding, one lane road is worth the rustic, quiet, solitude that is yours once you get here. The father-son-owners, Jeff and Joe, are very friendly. They have a staff that enjoys being here and it shows through their smiles, courtesy...More
One of my best vacations of all time was spent here at Mono Hot Springs Resort. The infinite exploration and wonderful hot baths. THe Gypsy Moth massage therapy and great staff and management. Visited for my 40th bday and loved it. Came all the way...More
I can only refer you to the owner of the resort, Jeff Winslow Mono Hot Springs Resort, Mono Hot Springs, CA 93642 of course during the winter Kaiser Pass is closed to travel because of snow and I do not know his winter... More
I can only refer you to the owner of the resort, Jeff Winslow Mono Hot Springs Resort, Mono Hot Springs, CA 93642 of course during the winter Kaiser Pass is closed to travel because of snow and I do not know his winter address. It could be Prather, CA or Auberry, CA or Clovis, CA not sure. He winters in those foothills near those towns.