Eagle Fire Lodge & Cabins
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
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... turn bright yellow, Pink Granite and snow at the top. That altitude does really affect us who are more comfortable at sea level. I was pretty dizzy and a little nauseous. They told us to keep sipping water to help with the altitude sickness, so we both drank a bottle of water and assume it helped. What a great day to ride the cog railway. Beautiful views from 14110 feet above sea level! See pictures Home to do a little laundry and prepare for our next adventure towards ...
... background and no ******* told us to move along - it couldn’t have been a more perfect welcome to the "West"
We spent the next couple of days in the Rocky mountain national park climbing beautiful black top sealed roads up to 14000 ft and pulling over to join the throngs at the look outs and short hikes. The American wilderness really puts on a good show with wildlife and ever changing rock formations at every turn. Together with the ...
... to the campsite was additional mileage today. We had planned on a 40mi ride and ending a 9day stretch, we were all in need of that. It turned out we had to go 83miles, ended up on a freeway, and were riding in scorching 97degree day. Now, you can ***** and complain, or you can become delirious and have fun with it. Guess which one we chose? We became slap happy once we learned we had 16miles to go instead of 6, and we ended up taking our jerseys ...
... or even Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. There aren’t many edges with steep drop-offs where you’d crash a thousand feet down if you took a turn a little too wide. The scenery from the top is appropriately described as “breathtaking”, or is that just the lack of oxygen?
Pike’s Peak differs from many of the others I’ve climbed in Colorado in the sense of standing alone ...
... stations were covering the fire and watched the smoke for a bit.
The Econo Lodge was okay. Our room actually had a view of Pike's Peak and we watched the fire a bit more. It was sad to think of all the destruction but at this point no homes had burned and our friends were not even under pre-evacuation orders so the full impact of what was happening hadn't hit us yet.