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... up we stopped to explore the Helen Hunt falls, quite a pretty wee spot (and free)... We came back to downtown via gold camp road, which was an old railway line into the back country and has been converted into a rail trail/access route ... It was a stunning day and we had some awesome views over the town and the prairie out east ... We had a look at the side mtb trail that ...
... yesterday for maintenance and a tine up. Then back to host for dinner; Rally Aly and dinner crew DM'd Chipotle and PF Changs. Delicious. I spent the next while organizing our food bins. I'm now on cooler crew and we're responsible for all our food. Our bins were a disaster so Tay and I went through them. I chugged some water because I'm paranoid about altitude sickness; WE START CLIMBING THE ROCKIES TOMORROW! And now I'm blogging. I think that's about it, y'all. Night night. ...
... 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 ...
... again after 37 years. The day we were there the Ride
The Rockies tour came through town. ( http://ridetherockies.com/
) We left town the same way they came in, by way of the Kebler
Pass (9980') then over Ohio Pass and down the through the Ohio Creek
Valley. This Valley is lined with 100 acer homesites priced like they
are in heaven. Beautiful, just the way you always imagine Colorado
... bars he resumed his journey off to the dormitory area where he appeared to be headed.
Wildlife tally for the day: Rocky Mountain Big-Horn Sheep, Yellow-Bellied Marmot, Pica, some sort of ground squirrel (2FFR), and a coyote.
By the time we got back to the hotel in Denver, we were so tired that I uploaded photos and we went more or less straight to bed.
Tuesday morning note: When we woke up in ...