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The Four Horseman Hotel in Prineville, Oregon

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its a shame its to fall to pieces

emilym

boston jack, I figure you will just fly in......plenty of places to land in that part of the state, and pretty level. Thanks for providing the driving directions.

unicorn3, I wonder what it would have been like to stay there.

boston_jack

.........I just had to find this place on Google Earth and after an hour of searching I finally found it ! If ever I have the chance I'm off to Oregon. but if anybody is interested here is what you do............ In Prineville, Oregon start by bringing a lunch and at the corner of South-East Paulina Hwy 380 and US Hwy 26....head east on Hwy 26 for 15 miles and turn right on Ochoco Creek road and head east 2.75 miles and turn right on Wolf Creek road and head south-east for 2.3 miles (Keep to the left on Wolf Creek road) go another 7.3 miles and you'll come to a crossroads, don't turn and continue another 1.8 miles now turn left onto Arvid-Nelson road and keep to the left for another 11.7 miles then turn left and follow Canyon Creek road for 4.8 miles and look to your right and The Four Horseman Hotel. Put up your feet stay awhile and snoop around.....ruins everywhere...........
......Oh............if you do go, don't forget to tell us about it !

unicorn3

Me, too, anitas. Wouldn't that be fun? If that building could only talk.

anitas

Whenever I see these photos, I just want to go inside and explore.

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