Woodland Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 159 Trull Road, Woodland Park, Colorado, 80863, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 159 Trull Road, Woodland Park, is near Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, Cascade Falls Trail, Team Telecycle, and Pikes Peak Outfitters.
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    Travel Blogs from Woodland Park


    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 11, 2014

    ... o burger with sweet potato chips for Roy and calamari salad for Sharon. We stopped off at a huge kitchen store on the way back home (Chefs). Spent the rest of the afternoon and early evening at Rob and Deb's showing them pics on our iPod and looking at some on their computer ....after a beer and some nibbles we headed out for a play on their RC cars and jeeps. They have a ...

    Colorado ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh.....................

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... But onwards to Denver feeling pretty **** with lingering sickness and too long in the drivers seat. Navigating Denver traffic (Phoenix had his first spew out of moving vehicle), push on to next destination a state park only locals know about with some good climbing and mellow camping. Nine miles from destination and we hit our first dirt road, and jebus was it corrogated. Those nine miles were driving at walking pace whilst the camper reverberated ...

    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 ...

    And Just Like That...

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Mar 19, 2012

    We rose early, but not way early, to make the drive back up to the Frankfurt Airport for our flight out. The drive was only slightly trafficky due to construction, but we still found the opportunity to hit 112 mph on the autobahn. Rental car return was a breeze. It took us a while to navigate through check in, immigration, and security, so that we didn't end up going to a lounge, which is okay, since ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by debhowell on Jul 21, 2010

    ... This is going to be our new adventure together. Each park, monument, battlefield, memorial, etc. Is listed and we are going to travel to each one an get our book stamped.

    Coming out we take highway 16 through Custer State Park where we encounter a deer/elk. It got frightened and ran. Patty has been a great road hunter but she's going to have to work on her mating calls because it did not respond to ...