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... wet and not as much fun as it should be. Good thing we thought to bring our rain suits -- and wear them. At US-50, we turn west and ride the remaining eight miles to Gunnison, which completes our loop. We arrive cold and wet -- and very glad to be parking the bikes for the night. *** Day Nine Summary: Living the high life, flying your G5, looking for ghost towns, no night in Creede. To view today’s route from Gunnison to Gunnison, click here. What will tomorrow ...
... shrouded in shadow, causing the rocky walls to appear black. At its narrowest point, the canyon is only 40 feet wide at the river. The canyon is known for crumblng rock and dizzying heights. It’s a haven for rock climbers. Experts only. For more on the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, click here. *** After staring at the canyon walls, we press on, riding south on CO-347, then east on US-50 toward Gunnison. The ride along the Gunnison River is ...
... the elements again. The drastic weather and temperature changes in this part of the country wear you down after a while and I am very much looking forward to crawling into my little warm bed tonight. However, with all that said I did get to howl with wolves today and drive through one of the most amazing canyons I think I will ever see. If that doesn't help me have sweet dreams then I don't know what will. So until we do it all again tomorrow I bid you good night. Bec ...
Today was harder than I thought it would be but it was a beautiful ride. There was not supposed to be any hills but I ended up encountering 2 summits along the way. I also had to deal with 2 flat tires, caused by a small thorn that I pulled out with a tweezers. It was around 40 degrees all day so I was a little cold. After I reached the second summit I had an amazing ride through a canyon with snow covered rocks that brought me to the Gunnison River which was ...
... I admired the scene before me. I made a mistake not to take enough pictures at this beautiful scenery as my mind was so captivated by the beauty of splendid rolling mountains, palm-sweating steep cliffs, razor-sharp jagged mountain tops, abysmal canyons, and serpentine roads below me.
Driving back to Hertz, I felt content and fulfilled knowing that my addiction was satiated. I savored the blissful feeling I had while we were at the top of the ...
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