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    Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park will be under many many feet of snow. FYI.
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    Also, you could just take the short ride south thru Monterey bay and into Big Sur. Again, find a warm place. ****ing beautiful there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
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    the Sequoias aren't exactly in northern Cal. But, yeah, I snowshoed through the park last year (with nobody around, just the silent park under snow). I'll never forget it.
    That would be cool. You didn't run into any skiers or other shoers the whole time or just for long stretches?

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    dude, SD is way way way further than 5 hours. Like, almost double that.
    Correct. Assuming you're going through Nevada to get there.

    Last time I did Disneyland to Bay Area was just under 5 hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Rodgers View Post
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    That would be cool. You didn't run into any skiers or other shoers the whole time or just for long stretches?
    I think it was a Wednesday. The park was empty. I was out for 10 hours and didn't see ANYBODY.

    The snow also allows you to break off the trails and get right next to the trees. Provided you bring markers that bring you back to the trails (which are marked on other tree trunks), this is a fabulous idea.

    I've travelled a long way for nature, but it doesn't get any better than this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bordelais7 View Post
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    Correct. Assuming you're going through Nevada to get there.

    Last time I did Disneyland to Bay Area was just under 5 hours.
    You're high. Or, you had absolutely zero traffic and were going 85 to 90 the whole way. And, still, SD can take two hours more from DLand even with just moderate traffic.

    SD to SF is 9 hours on a good day. I've done it many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
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    Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park will be under many many feet of snow. FYI.
    Never been there thus time of the year and wasn't sure how cold and snowy it got there. Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
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    You're high. Or, you had absolutely zero traffic and were going 85 to 90 the whole way. And, still, SD can take two hours more from DLand even with just moderate traffic.

    SD to SF is 9 hours on a good day. I've done it many times.
    Google maps is saying 6.5 to SD and 5 hours to Disneyland. But yes gridlock traffic would change that number. i figure when I drive down south I will be doing night driving.

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    Why am I repeating myself? You're talking to a seasoned vet here.... plan for 9 hours to SD (especially if you are IN SF/Oakland), and if you make it on less time then you'll be happy. Night driving is a good idea, but hard on the kids.
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    If you do go to Disneyland, avoid the 405 at all costs!!

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