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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... a nice contrast with the dark green pines. At the lake, I mistook a patch of mud for solid ground and sunk ankle deep into muck. So much for my pretty running shoes! Dylan didn't catch any fish but did manage to catch his hook on a number of rocks and logs. Decided that to be a real fisherman he needs some waders. Also learned that Lemon is a backseat fisherman (she prefers the title "fish whisperer") Back ...
... get to the summit and take some pictures of all the snow covered mountains that surround me. I then continue down and around the hill I'd just ascended. I come across a natural rock pile and decide to set up my tripod and get a pic of myself on the pile. As I run and jump up onto the rocks as the camera timer counts down I notice I should have check the stocks first as it's a decent drop off the rock I jump onto and it took me a few seconds to steady myself and hold ...
... The town outside of the park was called Interior, and there are more churches there than people, one little grocer, and one little corner store, the "cowboy Corner". We left a day early because we were sick of Buttes and headed for the Wind cave national park. This was one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at so far because there were actual trees here and the elk sing all night long. Elk song is one of the most beautiful things i have ever heard. It sounds like if you had ...
... br> We reached Loveland Basin and stopped at the aid station to again refuel. The location of this particular aid station was a little cruel because nearby there was a sign that said there were 4 more miles to climb before reaching Loveland Pass. So you basically stopped to refuel, got back on your bike and immediately began a very steep climb for 4 miles up to the 12,000 ft. summit. Now the really cruel part is that once you reached the top you were ...
... site of Denver's city lights twinkling against a dark canvas.
The climbing at "Eldo" feels much like Mt. Arapiles in Australia to us: steep, traditionally protected face climbing. However, the climbing in Eldo is even more cerebral due to its sparse gear placement options--you have to think ahead and be creative.
Other places to stay in Fraser
52 Meadow Mile, Fraser | Condofrom $73
191 E Meadow Mile, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $72
200 Bryant Street, Fraser | Condofrom $105
50 Cranmer Avenue, Fraser | Condofrom $115
100 Bryant Street, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $115