Bear Creek Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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- Free parking
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So, today started off well enough. I was ready to get in the car and get on our way to Colorado. I've been excited about seeing Telluride for a while now and I get to spend time with Matt and Tracie when we get to Denver. The first 4 hours were from the Grand Canyon to the Four Corners Monument (the only place that four different states - Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah - meet in a perfect corner). After driving about 2 and ...
Today, we'll make one final loop through the San Juan Mountains and San Juan National Forest, before returning to Ouray for a second night. We begin the day by riding 10 miles north to Ridgway, then turning southwest on CO-62 for 23 miles toward Placerville, originally established as a small mining camp. Placerville was named after the placer gold mines located on the San Miguel River and Leopard Creek. For you non-miners out there, placer ...
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... time when it was a mining town and if you worked there it was said your trip was To Hell You Ride. One of the coldest spots in Colorado with a 9000 foot elevation, but the people who go there now do not mind it at all. Visited a few shops and looked at cowboy boots. 50% off! Price tag said $25...wow! Uh, $25 hundred dollars. Didn't buy the boots.
Enjoy the pictures. Many with explanations.
Along the way Dillon caught up and found an abandoned mine shaft. I didn't climb up but Chris and Dillon did. I simply waited. The terrain was a mixture of sturdy and slippery. There were a lot of loose stones that weren't very good for climbing on.
We walked a bit further and found another abandoned mine, this one I did climb up into. Using my camera, which was running out of battery, we took photos using the flash to light the way. It ...