Twin Rivers

Address: Winter Park, Colorado, 80482, United States | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Winter Park

Rocky Mountain High, At Last!

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Aug 27, 2014

33 photos

... scenic pullouts, we spent nearly four hours to travel 48 miles. This is where pictures tell the story best!

As we descended to the west entrance our road paralleled a tiny stream that is the beginning of the Colorado River whose headwaters lay deep within the Rocky Mountains. This river not only cuts through the Grand Canyon, it is the major source of water for the San Diego region for both residential and agricultural needs. ...

Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by j.g.albert on Jul 22, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... temps in the 90's in the low lands. We took a short hike to Bear Lake which was over 11,000 feet. The park is hard to describe and must be experienced. We rode 100 miles and covered all but one area. We then left the park and headed east towards Loveland on 34 Hwy along the river. Evidence of the recent flood was obvious. Dozens of cabins and beautiful houses were left half destroyed and hanging over the sheer ...

Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by sifefer on Jun 17, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... we headed into the Rocky Mt. National Park to get a campsite for the night. As soon as we turned into our camp site we saw 2 very mature Elk with huge antlers.They ended up spending the night next to our camper.

We woke up around 6:30 am and Ruby noticed large, fuzzy antlers one at our door, chewing on dandelion greens. What a surprise it was!
We packed up camp and headed to into the Park and saw more elk and moose. The roads in the Park are so windy ...

State 8: Colorado - Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by sherri3vol on Dec 31, 2013

5 photos

... Todd to climb (I think he was really scoping out places to push me off a cliff!). From these high vantage places the views are incredible, as you can see vistas for miles and miles -from deep in the valleys to distant snow-covered mountain ridges.

One last activity in the park -- another batch of snow cream, this time made with Rocky Mountain snow!

Front Range Foray

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Oct 01, 2012


... work more smoothly and consistently (later fixed); prepared for an upcoming solar panel purchase and installation; and more minor tune-ups. Sarge was getting lots of attention!

Take Your House Guests to Work Day.
Avid fans and members of the Access Fund, we begged Joe to take us with him into work before we left Boulder. ...