Grizzly Roadhouse B&B

3450 Highway 160 / 491, Cortez, Colorado, 81328, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cortez

One Out Of Three, But No Complaints

A travel blog entry by bransi


... today but next Friday! Weather pretty chill at nite but we hear Monday onwards will be warmer so should be provisioning up tmrw morn for a spot of the old under-the-stars this week.

Brandi comments:
If you should ever find yourself anywhere within 100 miles of the Million Dollar Hwy on U.S.550
and don't drive the road from Silverton to Ouvay, shame on you ! One of the best loved roads in the country. These views will be hard to ...

Anasazi Heritage Center / Cayons of the Ancients

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... there are almost no roads and even fewer paved roads. Most of the sites that have been excavated were backfilled when the archaeologists were through. There are only a few sites that are accessible and have much to see. Although Hovenweep became a national monument in 1923 it wasn't until 2000 that Canyons of the Ancients ...

Mesa Verde Nat. Park!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa


Mesa Verde is not only a Nat. Park but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the largest archaeological preserve in the United States and the only cultural Nat. Park in the system. Besides fantastic views of mesas, cliffs and canyons there are numerous preserved homes of the ancient Pueblo people (also called Anasazi). There are 4800 archaeological sites in the ...

Mesa Verde National Park

A travel blog entry by malbeaton


... to Cliff Palace was via some steep steps and the climb back up was a few timber ladders and some very narrow gaps in the rocks. I really enjoyed the tour with the exception of the some extremely rude people who attempt to push in front or stand in your way and dont care about holding everyone else up. You get out of breath very quick up there as it is 2500m (over7000ft) above sea level. The drive in and out is on very narrow roads ...

Dust in the Wind

A travel blog entry by munchkinettes


... the way they were was truly amazing. It is so fascinating to hear about how stories from Pueblo ancestors have been passed down to describe ways of life back then. But at the same time, there is so much we don't know about them. They built these homes on a cliff, lived in them for a while and then moved on and abandoned them, leaving so many questions ...


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