Sunnyside Knoll Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunnyside Knoll Resort Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... included some very politically incorrect remarks. After breakfast we headed on out west on US 36. Not much to say about Kansas and 36 except it is all pretty much the same and the road is smoothe! We stopped in Phillipsberg Ks to get some Wi-fi at a Cool Bakery called 3rd Street Bakery. This place was a hidden treasure on the Great Plains! After that, we jumped back on the US Hwy. We soon crossed ...
... s picnics.
We headed down about 11:30 or maybe a little later. We didn't stop much to take pictures on the way down because the breezes had kicked up and the clouds were coming in. We got back to the parking lot about 12:40, changed out of our hiking shoes in a drizzle and headed back to Trail Ridge Road to drive up higher. But the way ahead looked dark and it started to rain harder so we ...
... I also managed to get eaten alive by killer mozzies who bit me so badly my head and both arms swelled horribly – I looked like Quasimodo!
Today was a peaceful day by comparison – a Monday in May when the weather was forecast to be wet did not seem to be appealing to too many people; as it happens it did not rain extending my ‘dry spell to just 4 days rain in 45 days away. A quick call into the visitor centre to get some advice from the as ever ...
... sup>nd from the end and the water fall. It was nice to hear the water from our room. You can still see the windows were still opened from how we left them.
We then grabbed some McD’s. I am not at all proud of that but we wanted something fast and it was right down the road. We just hadn’t eaten since 9 am which consisted of a croissant sandwich from the hotel and needed something. We then made a beeline ...
... so we did not give away our failure!). We got to chatting with him, and he gave us our plan for the afternoon: drive down the west side of the park, look for moose in the Kawuneeche Valley, go on down to Grand Lake, have an ice cream cone, and then drive on back to Estes Park. Well, when in the National Park, you should always follow a ranger's instructions, so we did. We drove down the west side, saw some Elk (not on the original agenda, but ...