Allington Inn & Suites of Kremmling
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- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Kremmling
This afternoon left bill's and headed to Rudy and Susan house in Momument, we left Granby sunshine and in the 50's , the weather look a little ruff, we got to Winter Park and wow rain and snow on the pass, slow going, the front was all with snow, then on Interstate 70 rainy rainy, made it to Rudy by 1900 that night, Rudy of course had dinner ready we parked the RV on lot near his house, very nice ...
We stayed in RV had 20 amp service and water, had a very nice time with Bill, Melody, Cassidy, Ethan, nice house, meet friend of Bill Jeff who was helping him with landscape work, jasper the dog, we walked our dogs couple of times to a park about 3 blocks long and ran and toss the ball. melody made some great common rolls for breakfast, then we drove to to Grand lakes, nice drove and area, then to Bill's work site something Ranch it also had timeshare places there. Had a great visit stay in ...
... decided not to climb up, but Jack forged on up the steep mountainside, by the time I reached the top, because of the cold wind, I wished I had worn ear muffs and gloves. The views were fantastic, and although there were other mountains higher it still felt like you had accomplished a great feat in reaching the summit, and don’t forget the thin air, it was a real struggle to get enough oxygen during the climb. We continued ...
... improved, somewhere along the way we spotted a herd of buffalo grazing on the prairie, and by the time we reached Steamboat Springs we were seeing beautiful green mountains. Leaving Steamboat Springs we had to climb into the mountains up to “Rabbit Ears Pass” which was a 7 mile climb at a 7% grade, it took a little extra time to make the summit as we ...
The impressive looking mountains you see ahead as you
descend from the Eisenhower Tunnel when heading west from Denver are part of
the Gore Range, a rather small range of the Rockies that runs northwestward
from I-70 near Frisco and Copper Mountain to the Colorado River’s Canyon and
forms the border between Eagle County and northern Summit County. While it has
some attractive looking peaks, I tended to ...