Twin Rivers

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

Rocky Mountain National park

A travel blog entry by nkirthi on Jul 26, 2014

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... br> One inescapable element of the park is the weather. Sunny summer mornings frequently give rise to formidable afternoon thunderstorms. Hold onto your hat during the snowy winter months when winds in the lowlands hit 60 miles per hour and wind-monitoring equipment in the highlands gets blown away.
The many aspects of the park are all inseparably interrelated. No matter what 'ology' interests you, Rocky Mountain National Park is a ...

Denver to the Rockies

A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 17, 2014

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... look of the campground we could take in the beauty of the mountains all around us. We visited the Moraine Park discovery center then some of us had a little nap in the tent before we gathered at the Darling site for hanging out before dinner. We made burgers and dogs at our campsite for a group dinner, followed by Sophie's special camp doughboys, adjusted slightly by using crescent rolls fried like donuts. We listened to the wind but generally slept well in the tent that ...

Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on May 25, 2014

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... Just by the entrance we saw some mule deer grazing and then soon after the entrance, the most beautiful owlets, on their nest, with mum, a Great Horned Owl, on the branch above. They had very conveniently chosen the nearest pine to the road so everyone could see them. A few metres away, there were some wild turkeys and a few elk pottering about.

Then we got further into the park proper and the views were amazing. We stopped at various places and chatted to a ...

Brown bear 101

A travel blog entry by lucy3119 on Aug 09, 2013

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... helpful, then

Brown bears actually come in a variety of colours including black, red, blonde and cinnamon (during the Q&A session, a small child asked the question: "why are they cinnamon?" The ranger answered as best she could, until another child raised his hand and asked, “why are they red?” The ranger tactfully ignored the question. Naturally, “Why are they red?” became one of the quotes ...

INSTAAR, NOAA, and more Pearl Street

A travel blog entry by kellyfordkellyf on Jul 27, 2012

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... I've ever tasted. We priced houses and condos on the way home at ReMax... just curious... and are getting ready for our adventure tomorrow. We'll be headed to Rocky Mountain National Forest to hike a bit then spend the night in Estes Park. Should be a bunch of fun. I've heard that there is a lack of guard rails... again... but maybe I won't dig my fingernails too deeply into the dashboard this time.

Life is great. I miss you all!! xoxoxo