Boot Leg Campground

Address: San Isabel National Forest, Salida, Colorado, 81212, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on San Isabel National Forest, Salida, is near Royal Gorge Rafting, Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, and Salida Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Salida

Moose on the loose.

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jul 21, 2015

3 comments, 22 photos

... I do miss the English pub, and a good steak and ale pie. Jesus, did I just say that? So it wasn’t all bad over in Old Blighty after all.

Colorado, and the first range of mountains we have seen since leaving Norway. And spectacular to boot. Great Sand Dunes NP a couple of hundred miles south of Denver gives us our first opportunity on this trip to really get out and enjoy nature. And there are actually other animal species here other than humans. ...

Visiting Old Haunts

A travel blog entry by tlshade on Jul 15, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... able to use it at South Fork, too.

Then we decided to go up to Monarch Pass. (Austin, we didn't see any snow this time like we did with you. We also did not go on the would not have been the same without you!) We were right on the Continental Divide.

Then it was time to head to camp. We visited with our neighbors for a while and finished our evening with more great soup and fire. I hope that you will enjoy our pictures.

Day 38 - Cold but beautiful

A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 28, 2015

21 photos

Today's drive is filled with scenes of snow capped yes its a little on the chilly side. We have no real plans expect making it to Aspen by Friday. We arrive in Buena Vista and drop by the Visitor Center. They let us know the Cottonwood Pass is open and there is some amazing camping spots up there. They weren't wrong. A part from the brief thunder storm that passes over we enjoy a crispy night with a beautiful ...

14. Kremmling to Salida (3 days, 165 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 27, 2014

33 photos

Day 44. Friday 26th September. Kremmling to Heaton Bay Campground. Colorado dished up another beautiful day which included the stunning Williams Fork Reservoir and the best pass on the whole route so far in Ute Pass (9524ft), which was followed by the best descent. 53 miles made it a fairly long day, but the riding was mostly mellow and moderate. The climb up to Ute Pass resembled an Alpine road climb in its steady gradient and smooth surface, but fortunately it was fairly short at ...

Trust me, The Rocky Mountains aren't just rocks

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment

... there were what appeared to be purple trees amongst the green pine trees but these were, in fact, bare and just looked purple compared to the green colour. We drove to the highest point and the made our way down the other side of the mountain, towards the other side of the park. The air at the highest point was extremely thin and we definitely had trouble breathing. This did not help combined with the fact that there was literally a sheer drop and we were driving inches from ...