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After spending a night in the crowded Half Dome camp, White Wolf was a welcome break. Our tent was large and comfortable.
Even though we were there in August, the wood stove was a perk! We could have probably done without the fire, but after...More
Whitewolf is a beautiful location - the Lodge is owned by the National Park Service (taxpayers) and the concessionaire is Aramark. I love the place but the Lodge needs to go. The tent cabins are filthy, the beds belong in an institution and the metal...More
the tent cabins in a semi-circle were far more spacious than curry village. Very relaxed, closer to wilderness. loved the ranger chat in the nearby campground. Late afternoon walk to harden lake was perfect.
outdoor... four unseasoned unwashed salads, four cold burritos, two cokes, 142$... are you serious?! I was 16 days in California, this was the only place where I have been cheated... it was incredible.
This was my first time at this lodge, and it will most certainly be my last time. I made reservations under the impression that this lodge was a little more current with its accommodations. And for $175.00 a night, it should have been. No electricity...More
We opted out of dinner because it felt too pricey for a pasta dinner, which was the menu for the night. I wanna say it was like $30+, but I'm not totally sure. That said the beer and wine were reasonably priced and... More
We opted out of dinner because it felt too pricey for a pasta dinner, which was the menu for the night. I wanna say it was like $30+, but I'm not totally sure. That said the beer and wine were reasonably priced and considering the location, the dinner was reasonably priced, we were just being frugal at that point in our trip. We were saving money for when we went out in LA.