Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... Aspen Alley day - not a good sign). Here, with about 12 miles of climbing left, and the storm unabated, we looked at the map and saw a campground about three miles away. We were wet, cold and tired from yesterday's horror show of a day, so decided it would be best to sit this storm out and start afresh early tomorrow with hopefully better weather. With this plan agreed upon, we set out. But after climbing for three miles,we realised the climb really wasn't that bad, ...
... venue with clean, concrete floor and fairy lights. What an awesome night! We just slept on our matts on the floor - no tent needed. Day 46. Sunday 28th September. Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch to Salida. It had to happen. Colorado had given us four days straight of perfect weather and consistently stunning scenery. At some point, things had to change, and today they certainly did. Things started very nicely. We had no tent to pack up because we slept in the barn, and no stove and ...
... places at a certain time. Needless to say I missed my appointment, but phoned the guy and he agreed to open his shop at 7am the next morning to get us back on the road. We found free camping at a great campsite just outside town by a creek. We ate cheap and kind of meh pizza in town and tried a couple microbrews. Concern is growing about price and quality of food, lack of yuengling, sweet tea, and free ...
... t share the thrill in the downhill and she rode her brakes the whole time. It was a very stressful experience for her. We got to Salida pretty early and had some Cambodian food at a place that was recommended. We were also able to camp for free along the Arkansas River on BLM land. I think tomorrow will be a rest day. I want to check out Salida and go to the library to plan my trip up to CO Springs and through Kansas. I don't have a map for ...
... 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 ...