Sundance Bear Lodge

38890 Highway 184, Mancos, Colorado, 81328, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 38890 Highway 184, Mancos, is near Rendezvous Bay, Meads Bay, Sandy Island, and Scilly Cay.
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    Travel Blogs from Mancos

    So long, Farewell...until we meet again!

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 27, 2014

    6 comments, 18 photos

    ... know where I had gotten it, hoping I guess that I had purchased it there in Pagosa Springs!

    Leaving Pagosa Springs at 12:00 we were heading west towards Durango, CO. Before we got too far, we pulled over to take on fuel. We paid $3.79/gal and averaged a little over 9 MPG. Further down the road we saw Chimney Rock in the distance. I was not clear whether it was on Southern Ute land or Navajo, as the signs we saw were a little unclear. I just know it was on Indian Land. ...

    Learning about the Puebloan (Anasazi) People

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 07, 2014

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... cleverly designed. The kiva was a circular structure with a thick roof made of several layers of wood and then covered with juniper branches. Within the circle was a low wall used for seating. A fire pit was at the center of the kiva, and ventilation was provided by an L-shaped cavity in the wall that went from the top of the roof into the kiva, thus providing circulated air throughout the kiva. It is believed that the people ...

    Escalante Pueblo & Yucca House National Monument

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 19, 2013

    ... over to where I thought I might find it. There was a fenced area and the fence had some NPS signs so I was pretty sure I was in the right spot. I didn't find a gate right away and wound up climbing over. I wandered around a while looking for signs of the ruins. I found a circular depression, lots of rocks that appeared out of place and a ...

    Colby Embraces his Native American Heritage

    A travel blog entry by evotech on Aug 07, 2013

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... that his Nannie generously gave him for the trip. Now, I would be lying if I said that for the following 24 hours I did not both curse Nannie a few time and also stop myself from breaking the damn thing in half. However after a day of ALOT of practice, the kid got really good at this thing. I will post some video in the next entry of him playing it on top of a mesa that we climbed in Monument Valley.


    Mesa Verde National Park

    A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip on Jul 04, 2013

    8 photos

    ... years ago. Someone today described it as America's best castle. We also toured the Balcony House (I had to climb up a 32 foot ladder, on the edge of a 500ft cliff), again on a ranger led tour. The cliff dwellings are amazing. It is hard to believe how much innovation and wisdom the Ancestral Puebloans had. They were brilliant farmers, master builders and obvioulsy community orientated people. This site was on my bucket list. It really is a must-do if at ...