Amazing Mountain Retreat with Resort Amenities

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

Amazing Mountain Retreat with Resort Amenities

Nestled in the quiet Sierra pines of Arnold, California in Calaveras County, this mountain retreat is just 3 hours drive from Lake Tahoe, Yosemite and the San Francisco Bay Area. The condominiums are duplex style (one style, the Calistoga, is a triplex) with numerous stairs that afford optimum privacy.

Arnold, California is located in the heart of Gold Rush country with many historic places to go sight seeing throughout the year. The area abounds with numerous award-winning wineries that are open year round for wine tasting. Outdoor sports close to the resort range from golfing, skiing, fishing, hiking, rock climbing, cave exploration, tubing, ...Read more

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Amazing Mountain Retreat with Resort Amenities
Arnold, California

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Located in the eastern-central valley of California, encompassing the foothill and mountain terrain of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Calaveras County is a paradise of western gold rush history and scenic beauty. Famous writers such as Mark Twain and Bret Harte lived a short while here and wrote about the events of Calaveras County. Mark Twain's "Jumping Frog" made Calaveras famous and the tradition continues to this day during the Calaveras County Fair & Frog Jump Jubilee (always the 3rd weekend in May). Joaquin Murrieta and Black Bart played havoc along the county's early day settlements and highways. The same cell where Black Bart was held can be seen in San Andreas today.

Small highways run through the towns and climb up the Sierra Foothills to Ebbetts Pass, which at over 8,000 feet elevation, has much to offer the seeker of good things: Quaint historic towns, the biggest trees on earth, swimming holes along the Stanislaus River, a dazzling high country of granite rocks, lakes and pines, and a fine summer festival of music at Bear Valley in August.

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats

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Nearest airport: Sacramento Airoport, 89.97 miles
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