Stagecoach Bed And Breakfast

Address: 412 Nevava Street, Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, United States | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Hot Sulphur Springs

      Finally did the whole of the Trail Ridge Road

      A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on Aug 03, 2014

      13 photos

      ... sailing (and capsizing) which reminded us of home. We had ice-creams in Grand Lake and walked through the town, which is quite frontier-like. There is one street through and you can imagine it in the old days when it was a resort town.

      This was a lovely day but didn't feel quite right without Oscar, who was still on his climbing camp. He did tell us to do this trip without him though!
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      Day 22: River of Colors

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2013

      ... Grand County here trying unsuccessfully to loosen themselves from city tensions. It's only Friday night... They'll be fine tomorrow.

      I'm fine. It looks like I'll be home soon. I always calm down about pacing these long trips when I get to the Front Range if the Rockies. We are two ridges back from the Front Range. From here I plan to explore Rocky Mountain National Park, a half hour northeast and then fall down the Great Plains to the place where everything in ...

      Snow Up To My Chest!

      A travel blog entry by ryno on Apr 19, 2011

      5 photos

      ... for me. The trail starts at 9,000ft above sea level and goes up to 10,600 feet. I didn't know if I'd have the legs or lungs for such a hike at that altitude, but I had to try!

      The weekend came and a window opened Sunday to go to Rocky Mountain National Park. I'd head the parking lot at Glacier Gorge can fill up quick so I got up at 4am and made the 3 hour drive planning to hit the trail at 7am. It was a beautiful drive from Denver up to the park. First, a full ...

      On Top of the World!

      A travel blog entry by alvrez on Sep 25, 2007

      1 comment, 39 photos

      Woke up to a beautiful sunny blue sky, with the ground outside all frosted white - even the water pipe connected to the 5th wheel was frozen solid. We hopped in the truck and went to a different part of the Rocky Mountain National Park today. The first walk we did was at a place called 'Alluvial Fan' - an area where a dam burst in 1982 sending a massive (29 million gallons!) flash flood pummelling down the mountain side, sweeping huge boulders and trees in a huge fan ...

      Colorado Rocky Mountain High.......

      A travel blog entry by alvrez on Sep 24, 2007

      2 comments, 24 photos

      It rained quite heavily during the night and was still drizzling heavily in the morning too. After breakfast we hopped in the truck and the temperature gauge said it was 8 degrees! By the time we got to the town of Estes Park, we realised that there was no way we could go into the mountains without jackets (none of us had any as the weather elsewhere had just been too hot to consider buying any). We stopped at an outlet store - jackets started at $30 ...