Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Mountain Goat Lodge Salida
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... are dominated by artists studios and second hand shops of every type. It has three outlets selling recreational marijuana and it shows in some of the art on display. Still, that's our holiday presents sorted out. (Only joking. No-one is getting any presents.) We are going to have an early night tonight and set off early for our final stop at ...
... turns out a cyclist had gone off the road and hurt himself pretty badly. When we arrived the MedFlight helicopter was just taking off. The pass was interesting because most of the drive was on dirt. The RAM did very well - that what it is made for. We also traveled along Taylor Reservoir - one of many huge lakes in Colorado.
We look forward to visiting Randy and Dori again in the future. They live in a beautiful area.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... the cold pool, we ran back up to the hot pool again. In there we
met a local guy who told us that the lady who owns the hot springs allows kids
with drug addictions to come and get off the drugs. In exchange, they work for
her for the duration of their stay. The owner believes that the water has a
naturally healing property. We agreed that it was a nice idea.
Buena Vista was a nice town and another place where we
wished we had more ...
... valley and was known for silver mining. The name came from silver by the ton. After Silverton, we headed even higher, going through spectacular mountain passes - Red Mountain Pass and Box Canyon - on our way to Ouray. Just north of there, we saw a spectacular waterfall called Box Canyon Falls. On to Ridgeway and Montrose, where we turned east on hwy 50 through the West Elk Mountains. We crossed ...
... steep two mile uphill climb to 10,000 feet. From here, thankfully, it was all down hill to Salida: a ten mile and almost three thousand foot descent with views across the valley to the high 'fourteeneers' of Colorado and a viewing of some huge Ibex like animals (need to find out what these are). We probably would have enjoyed this had we not been wet, cold and exhausted, but we certainly did enjoy the coffee and brownies we got as soon as we arrived in Salida. It was a late ...