Highland Haven Creekside Inn

Address: 4395 Independence Trail, Evergreen, Colorado, 80439, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 4395 Independence Trail, Evergreen, is near Evergreen Lake, Alderfer/Three Sisters Park, Bergen Peak, and Genesee Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Evergreen

    Elk Meadow Dog Park

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... along a creek. The part near the road is safely fenced in, but there is a large area that is unfenced and yet safe. The girls had a great time romping through the trees, treeing a squirrel, splashing in the water, meeting other dogs and people, and coming when called. One of the things we forgot to take were the whistles, but they came every time we called them anyhow. We will definitely be back to this park.
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    Trains, Red Rocks, and Beginning of the Tour

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... Trout Creek Pass at 9,346 ft. and by Antero Reservoir. After the town of Fairplay we went through Red Hill Pass at 9,993 ft. and Kenosha Pass at 10,000 ft. Then we started descending out of the mountains again on steep grades until we reached the town of Conifer where we again met civilization and a four lane highway. No where along this 2 hour drive did we find a place for a picnic. We got off of 285 at Rt. 8 and headed north to Red Rocks Park. We ...

    A nice day in Denver

    A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Apr 05, 2013

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    ... that. Supposedly the clear soup is just like French beef consommé and the herbs added came from China to give its uniqueness. I can see this as a plausible story.

    Then we went to D-Bar Desserts which was really awesome. Throw away the calorie counter because I had a huge chocolate cake with a thick vanilla malt milkshake and Yang had a delicious Orange soufflé. We then walked down to a local micro-brewery called Vine Street Pub. It had ...

    Estes Park (Day 2 with Sue)

    A travel blog entry by denverjourney on Sep 02, 2012

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    ... the way. No purple flowers, but the mountain views made it worth it and it was quite the workout!

    After the hike, it was time to head back down to Estes to explore the cute town (and art festival). After eating Chicago's best pizza (in Estes Park), we had to taste test the fudge, candy apple, and cookies from a packed ...

    The First Stop

    A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson on May 21, 2012

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    Driving was an all day affair. We started driving at 3:00am to Denver Colorado. I didn't get but an hour of sleep, and I wouldn't even call it that. Evan was the first person to drive. We took 3 hour shifts in the order of Evan, Eric, and then me. When we ...