Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... were in the midst of another snowstorm. It was a freezing three mile descent to the campground through impressive crags and rock formations (no way were we stopping or getting the camera out), and then a very hurried tent set up (still soaked and covered in frost from this morning), before a cup of tea and a change into warm, dry clothes in the toilet. It's now 16:50 and we're lying in the tent thawing out, listening to the snow patter on the outside of the tent. ...
... 11,482 feet, this was by far the highest we have been on a bike so far and the second highest point on the whole divide, but our caffeine fuelled bodies pushed us up the ten mile climb in good time and without too much of a struggle. It was supposed to be a short day with camp just the other side of the pass, but because it was still early and also because the next few days are forecast for thunder storms and snow, we decided to push on ten miles to Como which involved an ...
... super nice guy. We B-S'ed about racing, riding dirt in CO, Beta and YAM two strokes, losing Cody Webb to KTM (ugh, barf). He didn't really show it, but I feel like he probably had better things to do at 7 am on Sat. morning. Got my new knobbies mounted, did a little chain maintenance, and in the process noticed the master link on my chain had failed, so he installed a new ...
It was very cold and wet this morning. We all ate a good breakfast in preparation for riding up Monarch Pass. Everything took so long to dry, because it was still cloudy. It was a pain. My muscles were so cold, and the climb started practically immediately from camp. I had already told Chris and Kirsty not to worry about waiting for me if I fell behind, and they lost me after the 3rd mile. I didn't feel pressure to go at their pace and I just did ...
So, the Rocky Mountains. Where can I start with trying to describe how utterly amazing this piece of preserved perfection is? As we neared, we knew instantly that what we were perceiving was the Rocky Mountains. There was huge expanses of greenery leading up to the mountains which were all full of green pine trees. Streams and bubbling brooks jumped out at us, reflecting the sunlight and soothing us with the sound of running water. Nearing the entrance, we saw some wild deer and ...