Outpost Inn

Address: 687 Grand County Rd 517, Fraser, Colorado, 80442, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 687 Grand County Rd 517, Fraser, is near Winter Park Visitor Center, Trailblazers Snowmobile Tours, Fraser Valley Library, and Fraser Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Fraser

Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 18, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

Today was a hiking day. After breakfast, the eight of us set out for Bear Lake on a RMNP shuttle bus (with lots of other people). We hiked, initially in a rain shower but then in sun, to Nymph Lake, Dream Lake, where we stopped for a picnic lunch, and Emerald Lake for a nearly 4-mile hike.The kids were really excited to reach snow just before Emerald Lake. While hiking we saw a mama and baby elk grazing right off the trail, a yellow-bellied marmot (our first!), a ...

Lily Mountain and Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by aimz822 on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... harder, more challenging as every rock or branch I grabbed came loose and the ground below fell apart like loose sand. Then the appearance of rocks that in my mind doubled as mountain lion dwellings, weighed heavy in my thoughts. I also was having a hard time acclimating to the high altitude so a little bit of exertion felt like an unbelievable feat. You may be wondering how everyone else was faring? I honestly didn't care. I was miserable, ...

Rocky Mountain NP

A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 21, 2014

16 photos

... and the road took me through twisty mountain roads. I was soon confronted with destruction as the road followed a river through the mountain passes and evidence of flooding was everywhere. The river had uprooted trees, moved rubbish and where it reached, destroyed structures. There was rubble in the form of rocks and debris, stacked in piles all along the roadway. Soon, I came to work being done on the road and a stop. Myself and a line of cars waited for a good 20min to ...

Horseback riding in the Rockies

A travel blog entry by grofffam5 on Aug 09, 2013

3 photos

... Dawson started to cry and say that he was not feeling well. I think that his nerves got the best of him. We encouraged him to continue on, and Riley offered to lead his horse so he wouldn’t have to hold the reins. Dawson seemed to calm down a bit. It was amazing how these horses could just climb up these rocky trails and walk on some thin trails along the ridge. Macaroni did not seem to like getting his feet wet, so he seemed to avoid all of the ...

Devil's Thumb Hike, Indian Peaks Wilderness

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 05, 2012

31 photos

... of polar air which give that daily honor to spots in Minnesota or North Dakota.

My original plan was to head into a valley northwest of Winter Park ski area on some forest service roads and climb/hike a 12,500 foot peak I found described in a guidebook. That’s a local area I’ve never been into and thought would be some interesting new scenery. I was stopped, though, by a forest ranger. The road into the area was closed for a few days for road ...