High Mountain Lodge

Address: 425 County Road 5001, Winter Park, Colorado, 80482, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 425 County Road 5001, Winter Park, is near Winter Park Visitor Center, Grand Adventure Balloon Tours, Pole Creek Golf Club, and Fraser Valley Library.
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    Travel Blogs from Winter Park

    I freaked out

    A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 11, 2014

    31 photos

    ... and continued on our way toward Silverthorne. I guess we should have listened to Mrs. GPS's ranting. Call me a coward. I can take it.

    We passed through a town called Leadville, and my research tells me that it is the highest city in the USA at over 10,200 ft. It was an old mining town in days long past, and it too has it’s own brand of charm. Beyond it was a huge mining operation in a town called Climax. I could see a mountain in ...

    The Highest Paved Road in North America!

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 01, 2014

    6 comments, 17 photos

    ... of the question, a 46-year-old New York man two years ago attempted to take his bicycle to the top of the world. It’s a pretty strange idea, even more silly than riding a Harley up Mount Evans. Click here to read Outside magazine’s story of the bicycle-up-Everest journey. *** As you might expect, the Mount Evans Scenic Byway is strictly a summer time ride. The road generally opens around Memorial Day; the Colorado Department ...

    Day 22: River of Colors

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2013

    ... by an American explorer. By 1860 the man set up a town and bought the land from an old Sioux woman from the Dakotas, instead of the local Indians, the Utes, who had legal title to this place via treaties. The courts rejected the suit filed by the Ites who were now labeled enemies of the state by the territorial governor. The soa at the springs were remodeled a few times since those days. At one reopening a Ute elder was invited to pray... I wonder why he'd accept the invitation. ...

    Cat's last day of work and another party

    A travel blog entry by mictodric on Apr 20, 2012

    4 photos

    Cat had one more day of work, Todd had not worked in 2 weeks, basically, using all that corporate sick time and "flex". funny, with all that time off packing on the day we were leaving was still hectic and frustrating, there is no way that was from the hangover ...

    Feels like leaving home, again....

    A travel blog entry by crossroadtrip on Sep 28, 2011

    5 photos

    ... We have surrendered into togetherness, unity, and oneness.

    This last week has been a testimony that we can dwell together in unity, and the cost of such co-habitation is individuality. In order to become one, we have to embrace the collective and surrender the selfish nature we are born with and perfect as we “grow up”. Living in unity is the ...