Destinations West At Beaver Village Condominiums
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TripAdvisor Reviews Destinations West At Beaver Village Condominiums Winter Park
Travel Blogs from Winter Park
... the state of Colorado, in Grand County, near the town of Grand Lake. That’s where we’re about to arrive at Rocky Mountain National Park’s western entrance. From the Kawuneeche Visitor Center at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, Trail Ridge Road follows the North Fork of the Colorado River through the Kawuneeche Valley. Trail Ridge Road runs 48 miles from Grand Lake to Estes Park. The road crosses the Continental ...
... three mountain passes, Juniper, Loveland and Vail. I love how I always fall into the trap of looking at the ride profile and thinking no problem, I can handle that. Some truly crazy people do the ride back from Avon to Evergreen on Sunday which is appropriately called the Double Triple Bypass. Did I mention the word crazy? So Gordy and I stayed off of the bikes on Thurs. and Fri so we could try and recover from the previous rides earlier in the week and do ...
Mom & Joe had given us a hot air balloon ride as a gift for our engagement, and we were excited to see the mountains from a different vantage point. After several run ins and cancellations due to bad weather, we were starting to get worried that it might not happen and the 6/2 date was our last shot. We were in luck, as it was a go!
We left for Winter Park bright and early to be sure to make our 6AM flight time. Brendan's ...
Of course it would.
And as per usual, we were blessed yet again to have good friends nearby to help us with our travels and enhance our experience. Arun and Joe Sambataro, Access Director at the Access Fund, opened their doors to us for the full three weeks of our stay--and it couldn't have been more fun as a result!
... group got to tour INSTAAR (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research) and meet with Dr. John White who is the director of this facility. He's a very dynamic speaker and I'm pretty sure I've seen him interviewed on CNN or something similar. The second part of the trip was to tour NOAA. Their security is about as tight as Redstone Arsenal. Not sure what's going on there that has them so uptight. We got to actually see the analysis in progress ...