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Over Wuksachi Lodge & Village
Deze gezellige lodge ligt in het hart van het Sequoia Nationaal Park, in het bosgebied van het Giant Forest. De Wuksachi Lodge & Village biedt de mogelijkheid om het hele jaar door te genieten van leuke activiteiten en natuurlijk de torenhoge sequoia's. Het is nabij populaire bezienswaardigheden gelegen, zoals de Giant Forest Grove en the Big Trees. Het Sequoia National Park is uitermate geschikt voor het maken van prachtige wandelingen. Het is ook ideaal gelegen voor een bezoek aan Kings Canyon National Park, gelegen in het schitterende gedeelte van de Sierra Nevada Mountains. Hier vindt u diepe, door gletsjers uitgeslepen kloven, ontelbare meren en veel watervallen. De kamers zijn allen sfeervol ingericht.
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Deze accommodatie is gelegen in het Sequoia Nationaal Park.
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Sequoia National Park is opgericht in 1890, als tweede nationale park in Amerika, na Yellowstone. Het park grenst aan de noordzijde aan het Kings Canyon National Park. In het park ligt Mount Whitney, na Mount McKinley in Alaska met 4417 meter de hoogste berg van Amerika. De meeste reizigers die dit park bezoeken gebruiken het nabijgelegen Visalia als overnachtingsplaats.
"Cozy Amid the Trees"
Following a day visit to the Park, I knew I wanted, on my next visit, to stay at the lodge to experience the trees, mountain and snow without driving up and down the long and curvy road. Stayed 2 nights. The room was typical "lodge" with space, good beds, and nice shower. The Lodge itself is lovely. Enjoyed the breakfast buffet; but dinners were average. Waking up to the fresh snow and walking under the stars seemingly alone in the forest was magical. Will return.
The lodge is in a beautiful setting. The sequoias are uniquely beautiful. The food is very mediocre, but that is to be expected at a setting that emphasizes the outdoors. Tall Trees Trail is worth the hike.
"Snow and chains"
I just might say that the wuksachi lodge was beautiful even though it was covered in snow. We went up there for two night stay as it was snowing 8 inches on us on the way up. We began are adventure of generals Highway at Gateway Inn. This is an in down in three Rivers that had good food and a beautiful view of the river running right nearby. We then drove up to the park to turn around and go get chains which we got it at Gateway we then drove about 8 to 10 miles of generals Highway until the road was snowpacked and then we put the chains on the vehicle. We got to the lodge just fine. We had some difficulty finding the room given 8 to 10 feet of snow that was present there. Room was somewhat antiquated but comfortable enough. The staff was very nice there though. The restaurant was good especially for breakfast. The setting was idyllic at this time of the year. There wasn't much in the way of crowds there either. Overall it was a nice place to visit even during the winter. The trees are big no matter what time of the year it is.
"Classic mountain lodge set in a redwood forest."
When we discovered the Waksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park we immediately cancelled our other lodging reservations and settled into the comfort of this uniquely beautiful place. The entire staff treated us like VIPs. There are so many wonderful things to do and see in the vicinity that you should on spending several days. We can't wait to return.
"Off season discount price probably explains it."
Pro: The staff of the lodge are friendly and helpful. The location is beautiful and close to the "greatest hits" of the park. We checked in on Sunday the 20th. We were forewarned that the wifi is unpredictable and "very very slow". They should have said, "THERE IS NO WIFI". Don't think you might be able to get your emails for a minute. You won't. In our room: The ceiling fan was whizzing away when we walked in. I couldn't figure to how to turn it off, so we called. They acknowledged that they knew it was broken. Someone from before us broke the switch and they didn't fix it. They sent someone to turn it off. The desk light was broken. We did call and they sent a replacement. The refrigerator was broken, there was no temp control. We didn't bother calling again. I checked the vent in the bathroom - it was caked with gunk. Not from a few months. Thanks Gordon Ramsay, I look at things like that now. Coffee was really brown water. We tipped extra to get more regular coffee. We were provided more. When were went to make coffee we found there was still half a pot of yesterday's coffee in the pot and the mugs weren't cleaned. The restaurant was sorta like being in the Twilight Zone. It was imperative that we make a reservation though the place was always mostly empty. It was stressed to us multiple times. Keep in mind, there is no other restaurant nearby. You'd have to drive about an hour. When we showed up at our time, it seemed like the hostess made a big production by opening a big book to check us in. I guess that's the system, but there were hardly any people there. They seated the all patrons at tables close together. This is obviously to accommodate the wait staff, which is understandable. When the hostess sat a woman with a child next to us, an obviously noisy child, we quietly got up and asked to be reseated. We were reseated but the whispers amongst the waitstaff were really evident, like we'd crossed some weird line. The food was good. The bar took a good 15 minutes for our drinks. Again, a mostly empty restaurant. The breakfast buffet is great! We highly recommend taking Paul's half-day tour from the Lodge - but make sure they actually take your booking. We booked the night before and he didn't have our names on his list, yet the people who booked that morning were on the list. Thankfully he had space. He's a good host and full of great information.
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