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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... female runners and she is happy to hear a 5 K run will do the trick. Last year she did the half and has no intention this year on adding the run to her newly completed hike. I am envious of her, she will have a nice easy 5 K run to do in this scenic setting. I on the other hand must contend with the reality of running a full marathon after our hike. My feet have recovered slightly from the hike and I have 3-4 healing ...
... mountains even though the coldest it ever got was 18C and the mountain side was filled with dagger like green trees. At the top we saw 3 male elk right next to the road grazing. The way back down was via an actual road so slightly less terrifying but views still amazing. Came back to our temporary little home and had another BBQ. Tomorrow, we leave for Arches National ...
... at one point and I called the insurance company and actually spoke to a very nice woman who told me I can go to any ER but I wanted to avoid that at $150 co-pay. So she said I could also do urgent care and she looked it all up and said she couldn’t find one in Estes park but if I could find one on my own I could go there. I can’t say how much I hate seeing a dr. while on vacation. This happened to me in Banff years ago (those of ...
The plan today was to leave Fort Collins and take a pit stop at Estes Park for lunch. Then drive through Rocky Mtn National Park. We did all that, but it didn't exactly happen according to plan. Went out to the money pit to fill up water bottles and there was leaky buffalo juice over most of the food in the fridge. Didn't put it in a ziplock. Live n Learn. It looked like a crime scene in there. We got to Estes Park and that place is great. Picturesque ...
Today's plan was to drive the 40 miles up to Estes Park, and into the Rocky Mountain National Park. We set off about 9am, knowing it was going to be quite busy. We took about an hour to get to the park and our first awe inspiring view when we came close to Longs Peak, which sits at the South eastern corner of the park. It’s also the highest mountain at 14,259 feet. The more Lyn looked at it the more he wanted to hike it! We descended past Twin Sister Peaks at a lowly 11,400 feet, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed