Poste Montane At Beaver Creek
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... want you to pay the Park entry fee (self-serve) before going to a campground, where I assume you then pay the campground host (as we had in Illinois). We, of course, didn’t want to pay the Park fee unless we knew we really wanted to stay there!!! We ended up staying at a KOA cabin just north of Pueblo as it was still hot and windy. We were at ...
... you in a van, also you got to ride the aerial gondola across and back, and you got a ride on a miniature train. For an extra $75 you could zip-line across. All we wanted to do was to walk out on the bridge, but not for $46. There were lots of people like us who just wouldn't pay the admission and left. There was a hiking trail out of the parking lot that gave a better view for pictures, so we hiked the trail and settled for pictures. I'm ...
... plus 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the first two days.
I have been fighting a head wind this morning. It has made me rethink my goals for first couple days. I am going to get a room in Canon City. Then go to Salida tomorrow then Gunnison. Hopefully this will keep the fun in the trip. I hope to have lighter winds tomorrow maybe even a tail wind. All the ups and downs added up to 1703 ft of elevation gain today over about 35 miles. So much for the plains being ...
... into Kansas and lots of flat land. We've now met cyclists who started in the East and are heading in the opposite direction. We've been telling them of the terrible mountains which await. In turn, they're telling of the aggressive, mad dogs which await in Eastern Kentucky. We hope their stories are a bit embellished..... Ours certainly are! It feels great on a rest day, you get to sleep in, wear clean clothes and best of ...
Wed 3 December
After marvellous sunny weather for our trip so far the last two days we have had overcast skies. Not quite the bluebird days we were hoping for but still high enough cloud that we could see the spectacular view from the top of Beaver Creek Mountain (3488m high). It was time to unpack the ski bags and try out our new skis.
Stephen headed up the hill in the morning to find his way around and check out the terrain. Me being the cautious one ...