SilverHouse Bed and Breakfast

Address: 355 South Second Street, Cripple Creek, Colorado, 80813, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 355 South Second Street, Cripple Creek, is near Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad, Cripple Creek, Shelf Road, and Pikes Peak Heritage Center at Cripple Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Cripple Creek

    9/11

    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 11, 2014

    ... onto the hills behind the gardens so we could get a different perspective. We took way too many photos, but there were some nice ones in amongst them all. There were quite a few rock climbers on some of the rock formations and we stopped and watched a few of them. We had lunch at a wee craft beer microbrewery on the outskirts of town called Trinity, wheat beer and a ...

    Colorado Springs

    A travel blog entry by garyareed6 on Jul 16, 2014

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    Today I went to Pike's Peak on a train that took 1 hour and 15 minutes to get to the top! The elevation is 14,110 feet! After that, I went to Garden of the Gods and saw red Rocky Mountains. I climbed up some of those red mountain things. Finally, we got back to the hotel and then ate Chick ...

    Over The Mountains

    A travel blog entry by julieblyth on May 10, 2014

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    ... passes were over the 8000 ft level. As we expected there are lots of trees. The area is gorgeous. Ski fields right on the road edge. Wolf creek looked amazing.All sealed roads, even a couple of tunnels. The Americans sure build and maintain great roads! Lots of signs to beware of wild animals. There were quite a few live elk on the side of the road and a few dead ones as well. No bears though. Once we cleared ...

    A Trip Up Phantom Canyon

    A travel blog entry by rmwright on Aug 22, 2013

    78 photos

    ... winds thru the canyon and valleys as the builders took the path of least resistance. One of the pictures near the beginning show a map of the three routes up to Cripple Creek. The long one on the left is paved. The middle one is called the shelf and winds up the edge of the mountains. But we chose the Phantom Canyon because following the train bed sounded neat...and it ...

    Mountain Lows, Mountain Highs

    A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 26, 2012

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    ... the top of the mountain like you would not believe but we weren’t there that long. I just couldn’t get warm. I crawled into bed and shivered for a half hour. Then we got back on the road and did the Pike’s Peak drive AGAIN for the sunset. We hit traffic and were 5 minutes late (they shut the road down to people heading up at 5) but Jym talked the ranger into letting us try to head up. They were very kind and actually radioed ahead ...