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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindy Ridge House Longborough
Being surrounded by mountains is the most awesome experience you can imagine. The campground sits along a swift moving small river and except for the the traffic on the main street 3 blocks away it is peaceful. Sites are small, but they are adequate and level. Everything is well maintained and there is lots of shade. Elevation here is about 8000 feet. Enjoy your stay.
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Left for the trail at 10:00. Headed out of town on after fueling. Construction on 550 south of town caused us to wait almost an hour due to one lane road. Once through the construction we went to Black Bear Pass. Arrived at the trail head and aired down and started up the trail. As we aired down talked to a couple from Missouri in an older XJ asking how rough the trail up was. told them easy ride up but the ...
... 1088; 86;м) в придо 88;ожной мясно 81; лавке, и двину 83; в сторо 85;у Durango. Durango – это вроде счита 77;тся самым ...
... 12,183 feet near Fall River Pass. So, what the heck, let's see if we can bag another 12,000-footer this morning. Wouldn't you know it, we're only 20 minutes from Loveland Pass, which, at 11,990 feet, is certainly close enough to be considered a twelve-er. So we jump on I-70, head east for 10 miles, then turn south on US-6 – and in 4 miles, we are at Loveland Pass. It's not far from the Loveland Ski area, where 2014-15 ...
... having a decent session on the beers afterwards which brought back some Mexico memories. It’s always a good time out with the fella’s.
We had one more decent session the day before I Colorado when Dan and I headed back to Denver. I went out with Dan, Ross, Adam, Renee and Michael to have a few drinks and to say good bye before I headed off to Miami. A few drinks turned into a marathon walk around Denver trying to find this one bar ...
... blowing pretty hard, causing some dust storms, but that didn't stop us. It was a ball!! We enjoyed the Carolina Chocolate Drops and Brandi Carlile. In between sets, they gave away trips with Adventure groups and had novice performers play their hearts out. The beer, Fat Tire, was $6 a cup. If you just got refills using the same cup, then the price was $4. What a bargain!! Karen loved that part. LOL Afterwards we ...