The Hangin' Tree R.V. Park
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... are made up of volcanic materials, mostly black in color, and with the erosion of the softer rock the remaining harder rock has been formed into dramatic sculptures. Sunlight reaches the canyon walls only briefly each day, hence the name “Black Canyon. After viewing the film at the visitor’s center we proceeded along the rim road, stopping at many of the overlooks, several requiring short hikes to reach the viewing point at the rim of the ...
... in Laos
... outside Montrose. Holly and I have been to the Canyon twice, and we hiked down from the canyon rim to the river our first time there (Holly still has a scar on her knee for proof). With an afternoon free, I decided to repeat the down and up. The good news is that it's just one mile each way. The bad news is that there's 1,800 feet of elevation in that one mile. So basically straight up and straight down. Fortunately some ...
This morning we awoke around 5am excited about the opportunities in store for us today. Today we planned to spend the entire day at the former mining town of Ouray.
Distance: 20 miles
Elevation: 7792 feet
Activities: hiked - 3 miles; biked - 3 miles
Breakfast: Bean burrito, egg beaters, fruit bowl, Ezekiel muffin with almond butter & pineapple juice
Dinner: Garden Salad & Pizza ...
... as much as they can as I see some buildings with definitely a Swiss architectural theme. There are excellent restaurants, shops, cafes, coffee shops, and breweries all lined down the main street. There are natural hot springs at the town entrance too for a dip in 95 degree water.
The amount of foot and car traffic is light but just enough to make it feel lively. The town's footprint is so small due to the proximity of ...