Columbine Creek Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Address: 14814 US Highway 34, Grand Lake, Colorado, 80447, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 14814 US Highway 34, Grand Lake, is near Thunder Lake day hike or backpack, Mount Chapin, Sharkstooth, and First Terrace.
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Travel Blogs from Grand Lake

Day 33 - From Wyoming to Colorado, Rocky Mountains

A travel blog entry by joergw on Jul 28, 2015

21 photos

... and impressive wagon ruts that had been cut through the rock formations over time.
Last stop of the pioneer trail for us is the Register Cliff which is a large rock wall and landmark in which emmigrants carved their names into, you can still find some of those original entries (amongst ...

Rocky Mountain High (pt.1)

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 18, 2013

1 comment, 37 photos

... which tells you something, but even the photos cannot convey the feel of the place. It is a park you have to be at for the full effect. I am writing this blog in two parts. I spent two full days there with an overnight camp. Could easily have been two weeks. The park covers 415 sq. miles and has 72 peaks higher than 12,000 ft.. When I first arrived, I started to drive the Trail ...

Tundra & Hailstorm

A travel blog entry by nayandjay2 on Jul 18, 2013

3 comments

... that gracefully hopped the chain link fence surrounding the springs and came to explore. :D We camped in Medicine Bow forest last night. By 6 am we were in route to Rocky Mountain National Park. The best part of our Rocky day unfolded above 12,000 feet, after we had hiked in the tundra for a long while. We were taking photos of a marmot, several feet away from us, when it clouded up within minutes and began raining...ice cold rain, and at first, ...

Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by 260574 on Mar 25, 2012

5 photos

... this natural sculpture. Due to the melting process, they were coming out of the ice, as if the ice was a curtain opening up at the theater when a play is about to begin.

From there we went to Nymph Lake. Although it is just 0.6 miles away from Bear Lake, the snow and icy path slow you down. It feels like you walk much more then that. I was even starting to ask if we had missed the lake or taken the wrong track when i saw it from a distance.
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Purple Mountain Majesties and Red Rocks....

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 14, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... freshly made ice cream from the local sweet shop and window shopping. Nice little break from the mountain roads.

Leaving Steamboat Springs and its lovely valley, the road climbs over Rabbit Ears Pass. The rv struggled up the grade, being passed by every other vehicle, tour buses included. Rabbit Ears is just under 10,000’, followed by Muddy Pass at just under 9,000 feet. Not the highest elevation we have seen, but it ...

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