Orient Land Trust

Address: Valley View Hot Springs, Villa Grove, Colorado, 81155-0065, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Valley View Hot Springs, Villa Grove.
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Travel Blogs from Villa Grove

Colorful Colorado!

A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... south toward Wetmore and then east into the Wet Mountains toward Hardscrabble Pass, TD was realizing that the sun was setting faster than she could pedal... maybe her stop at the hot springs was a little too luxurious. Fortunately, Kim, a wonderful woman from Westcliffe had similar thoughts about my situation and pulled over to see if I wanted a ride. Hallelujah! She took me to Mark and Lyn's house in Silver Cliff where I had a great stay. ...

15. Salida to Del Norte (4 days, 160 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 30, 2014

38 photos

... of reasons. Firstly, we already had ten miles of climbing in our legs; secondly, it had a fairly steep middle section; and thirdly, in a shock move, there was a rainstorm on the way up which turned the dirt track into wheel sucking mud. With three miles to go, two things happened simultaneously: the rain stopped and blue skies opened up before us, but huge rumblings of thunder also started up to our right. No prizes for guessing which won out. By the time we got to the ...

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

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 27, 2014

33 photos

... miles. It was a shame to finish the day with 13 miles on the highway and whilst - up until now - we have enjoyed the more populated nature of Colorado with the opportunity it affords for almost daily visits to civilisation, today the traffic lights, dual carriage ways and industrial estates of Silverthorne all felt a bit much when compared to the extreme remoteness of many of the previous sections of the route. Walking around supermarkets and riding into towns every other day ...

Believe "American Cowboy"

A travel blog entry by rvhavingfun on Jul 19, 2014

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... who live in tents. My tour guide Carolyn was from Portland and the young gal in the gift shop was from Bend. Both seemed to have regrets about having to leave to go back to college.

I asked two volunteers about the relationship between the wolf sanctuary and the ranchers near Westcliffe. They said it was good; They said the ranchers appreciated having a place to "donate" the carcasses of their dead ...

Coming out of the mountains soon.

A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jun 20, 2014

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Founded in 1880, Salida was originally a railroad town and was a significant link in the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. After World War II the ...