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... follow the Big Johnson River. The others headed for Denver.
The Canyon that we went through had been devastated by a swollen Big Johnson River and many houses and log cabins had been destroyed, the piles of discarded household belongings was still evident.
We Climbed in altitude quickly through Estes Park, Grandby and Kremmling and then entered another National Park, this time the Rock Mountains NP. Words such as Epic, Awesome and even fully sick (if ...
... of the Eagle Rive about 500 feet below us.
Vail is a world unto itself. It is a total contrast to the old mining towns of Colorado and reeks of money at every turn. But it was delightful to stop and browse the shops most of which weren't really over priced. Once again as we were returning it began to rain, but once again didn't interfere with our day in any way. Tomorrow we leave for Glenwood ...
... center of Vail. I decided for my last fall day in the mountains to check out the area around Camp Hale and the nearby town of Red Cliff, Sylvan Lake near Eagle, and a last stop for the day at Vail’s Oktoberfest. I’m sad to say it because Vail is usually such a pleasant town, but its Oktoberfest is pretty lame compared to the one in ...
The South Park Valley has fascinated me long before it
became famous in a cartoon. I first passed through it just before Thanksgiving
in 1991 on my way to Santa Fe to meet a friend. It had been an unusually cold
start to winter and South Park seemed like a barren frigid wasteland of deep
and blowing snow. South Park is one of three so-called “parks” in Colorado, the
others being called Middle Park and North ...
... I hiked them
with my roommate and some of his friends in August 1992 while I was in graduate
The trail rose more steeply for a short distance to the
shore of Wheeler Lake, a small glacial lake just below the Continental Divide
west of Hoosier Pass. The return hike was an easy downhill walk, and I rewarded
myself with a hefty buffalo burger and beers at Breckenridge Brewery for dinner
when I got back to town.