Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... you get when you get into a hot shower after playing in a sports game in cold weather - the feeling that you've got hundreds of paper cuts that sting intensely. But this is different, it's deep tissue pain which is agonising. This morning, we woke to a frost, cooked breakfast and changed in the toilet - again - and began our ride into Del Norte as early as possible. For the first time in four days, we had a clear blue sky and stunning views of the mountains, but it ...
... our standards and we're still eating dinner - it's gone 9pm. Not good for Matt's indigestion or Nadine's well being in the tent. It's fair to say we've both been in foul moods today for most of the day. Nadine is currently marginally more grumpy than Matt, but she has just produced some epically delicious fajitas. We are just going to try and get some chill out time relaxing now in a shelter at the campsite as it's been a bit full on today with the wind, rain and mud. Fingers crossed for ...
All good fun here. Now that we're in the Colorado mountains temperatures are much more pleasant. After Canyonlands NP (UT) & then Colorado NM (near Grand Junction) we thought we were over canyons but Black Canyon of the Gunnison was quite different - steep sided, hard black rock rather than ...
... and it completely snapped him out of his bizarre yelling. He became friendly and had a short conversation with us and was on his way. I admired Kirsty's ability to talk to the man, whereas I was just awkward and non confrontational. I think we're all craving a rest day. They want to see a movie in the old-fashioned theater and I want to check out the historic downtown area and the river. We went back to camp in the dark and had an awesome night's ...
... the Rocky Mountains. You could see for miles, over the millions of trees that covered every part of the ground and the side of the mountains but, further up, you could see the tops of the mountains which were patchily iced with snow and underneath, the rock was made up of a mixture of grey and black tones. Fantastic! We walked further up and arrived at Alberta Falls; a really famous waterfall in the Rocky Mountains. It was truly magnificent, starting from a high point ...