Kicking Horse Lodges

Bronco 101, Blue Sky Trail, Granby, Colorado, 80446, United States | Condo
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This condo is located on Bronco 101, Blue Sky Trail, Granby.
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    Travel Blogs from Granby

    Camping Near a National Disaster Zone

    A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Sep 12, 2013

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... quickly across our lane of travel, down a 30 foot embankment and up into a field where the front bumper was buried in the dirt and the front wheels were pointed left and right. We couldn’t see if there were any injuries, but it was an exciting ride for the truck driver even though the entire truck ended up on its wheels and intact.

    Larry: On this particular Thursday, September 12, the weather began to ...

    Horseback riding in the Rockies

    A travel blog entry by grofffam5 on Aug 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... He also occasionally stopped to try to eat the grass, which he wasn’t supposed to do. We all got a little more comfortable with the riding and Riley let Dawson take back his reins. We had a beautiful ride through the mountains and the meadows.

    We could actually see our campsite when we went through one meadow. As we were nearing the end, I saw a horseshoe on the trail when we went by. Riley said we should remember where it was and then hike ...

    Rocky Mountain Highest

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2012

    49 photos

    ... park. (Or maybe only two on the Western side--I wasn't clear on that.) So Roy and his wife decided to donate one, then they got some friends involved, and in the end, they donated three, which were put into patrol cars. Then one day a few years ago, a man who had a heart attack while hiking was saved by one of those roving defibrillators. This prompted the park superintendent to ask how they came to have a defibrillator in the car. When he ...

    Through the park and out to dinner

    A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on Jul 21, 2012

    7 photos

    ... the Visitor Center and enjoying our time looking at, photographing and slowly driving through the highest parts of the park, we descended to a lower elevation where we stopped for a picnic lunch on the side of the road. Then we made it down to Estes Valley and the final Visitor Center of the Park where the kids handed in their Junior Ranger books, were sworn in and issued their badges. At this point in the day, the temperature had risen to nearly 100 degrees fahrenheit ...

    Snow in June???

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jun 12, 2011

    10 photos

    ... difference in gas prices between here and Estes Park. Another difference is the amount of snowfall they get. Grand Lake is on the west side of the continental divide, and all the water-filled air from the ocean dumps its load on its slopes. They had around 400” of snow this year, whereas Estes Park, on the east side, had more like 30”.

    We end up eating at Max & Ts Bar and Grill. I order a grilled cheese sandwich that has at least a pound of cheese on it. Julie ...