Holden House - 1902 Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... way to sunshine and we were rewarded with bright, crisp vistas in all directions. We traveled through several bio-diverse zones during the 90-minute journey. We passed by enormous rock formations, thick pine forests, aspens waiting to turn brilliant yellow and red, sloping meadows, and finally into open tundra, well above the tree line.
At the summit we discovered that the top of Pikes Peak is flat! It’s not a peak! But it’s also dramatic because it drops ...
... been petrified in the park that you could view from behind fences. Unlike the petrified trees in AZ
that were dark in color and lying on the ground, the trees here were very light in color, almost white, these were in the form of stumps where you could actually see the root flair and the diameter of the original tree. Leaving the National Park we headed south on County Rt 1 to the town of Cripple Creek, and along the way ...
... steep grade up the hill. The train will take us up to an alpine zone so we are told the temperature can be 30 degrees Fahrenheit cooler at the top. This area is above the tree line and this is evident as we look up the mountain to the treeless top.
... half the journey. We slowly travelled up the mountain, listening to the conductor as she told us all about the history of the railway, pointing out the different areas of the mountain and having a bit of laugh while she was at it. FINALLY we broke through all the cloud and could see for miles! It was amazing just how high up we were, and also the sheer drop that was off to one side of the train! Since we could now see ...
... and me toured around the place, the grandparents and me took the incline railroad. It took us all the way down to the river and back up. Then we went through Phantom Canyon, which was beyond beautiful. It was a dirt road that you could only go twenty mph on and it was so worth the time. I even took pictures through the sunroof of grandma’s truck. We then went through to Cripple Creek, Colorado. Tons of casinos! Then we came back to the camper and settled down for the ...