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... by a middle aged drunk woman who took us in the wrong direction. As it got dark, we conceded defeat and headed back to the city. We spent a few hours in a pub then decided to catch a midnight bus out there. At 3:30 am on the 5th day of travel, we finally made it to the mountains.
After about 3 hours sleep we were up and on our way to Arapahoe Basin. We got to the top of the hill, bleary eyed and stiff, but all of a sudden filled with energy. We gave each other a big hug, ...
... not a fun thing to deal with. We had thought that by coming to the park this time of year we would avoid the crowds. Wrong. We lucked out on that small hike in the canyon in the parking lot for sure. Cars were parked literally everywhere. On our way out we had heard of another short hike that we possibly wanted to do. After passing the parking lot that led to the trail head, we said no, thank you. The cars were so close together and there was simply no where to ...
Yesterday's drive was interesting following the Colorado river up through a canyon for 100 miles before hitting the interstate I-70 to New Castle. We went through Cisco, a ghost town that died with the steam train. 18-inch pizza at New Castle and bedding down with Mormons at Econolodge. Sunday was a driving day. We crossed the Rockies over independence Pass with ...
... the well-preserved ghost town of St. Elmo.
After a restful sleep, we drove to St. Elmo, passing many off-road vehicle enthusiasts who were out for a weekend exploration of old mining routes that crisscross these mountains. St. Elmo, one of the best preserved ghost towns in Colorado, was originally settled in 1878. A gold and silver boom brought a railroad to the town but, by 1910, the boom went bust, the railroad closed, and ...
After an early breakfast we hit the road we had a long day ahead of us. We drove to Loveland Pass and the Continental Divide. The Loveland Pass is where the US Highway 6 crosses the Continental Divide between the Loveland Basin and the Arapahoe Basin. It is a long climb to the Pass but the scenery is fantastic with different scenery on both sides of the road. The temperature dropped about 20 degrees Fahrenheit from the time we left home until we got ...