Mountain Goat Lodge

Address: 9582 US Hwy 285, Salida, Colorado, 81201, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 9582 US Hwy 285, Salida, is near Salida Hot Springs, Monarch Scenic Tram, Canyon Marine, and Salida Museum.
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    Visit with the Peter's

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Jun 09, 2015

    4 photos

    ... as well. This morning we went out to breakfast for some good food and more discussion. It was a very nice visit. Next time we are going to have to allocate some more time. Randy offered me a jeep ride in the mountains - that sounds exciting.

    We left Buena Vista and followed Randy's recommendation to take Cottonwood Pass. It would cut some time off getting back to Gunnison and it would be a new experience; When we got outside of Buena Vista, we ran into a ...

    Day 22

    A travel blog entry by springramble2 on Jun 01, 2015

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... and Blue Mesa Summit, where there was also the Blue Mesa Reservoir. Monarch Pass was at 11, 312 feet and was also at the Continental Divide, so now we are officially in the east again. The last leg of our journey today took us to Salida, where we stopped for the night. It was late when we got in, so we made it a pizza night and I finally got some laundry done. What a day of spectacular scenery!


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    15. Salida to Del Norte (4 days, 160 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 30, 2014

    38 photos

    ... screaming barfies' as they are also known because they are so painful they make you feel like you are going to be sick. When it is cold, blood circulation to the extremities - fingers and toes - becomes restricted (in climbing this is encouraged by holding your axes above your head; when cycling by gripping your handlebars into the wind without moving them). Hot aches occur when the blood starts to flow back into the extremities. Many people confuse this feeling with ...

    Raton, NM to Buena Vista, CO

    A travel blog entry by pressley10r on Sep 12, 2014

    14 photos

    We got up and headed for CO as early as we could muster in the cold, and it was cold! Foggy, very heavy mist, which probably would've been freezing rain if were 4-5 deg. colder. Snow flurries were in the area and we found out later it was a severe cold snap that came through just as we did, setting record low temperatures for this time of year. We found a café to eat some breakfast and get hot coffee in ...

    Trust me, The Rocky Mountains aren't just rocks

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... It can't really get better than this. At the visitor centre,we saw some wild elk grazing. That was just amazing. Jenny was really excited and we started jumping around a bit; this was one of the reasons we wanted to come to the national parks. We had found a trail to an expanse of water called Sky Pond. It was a 9 mile hike and the description advised we would see waterfalls and amazing views. Well, the description was right on the money. We started at Bear Lake (I didn't see ...