Americas Best Value Inn at Estes Park
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Drove into Estes Park where there are many shops & restaurants. We bought some Rocky Mountain N.P. t-shirts for ourselves & family.
Had dinner near the motel at The Grumpy Gringo - good Mexican fare.
Raining when we left the restaurant, thunder & lightning. Back to our room & the storm passed, fog lifted and we could see more of the snow-topped mountains than when we arrived. Stunning views!
... breath. It was amazing scenery, a bit more open than Canadian rockies and the rock formations provided a great backdrop. No bear or moose sighting, only elk and chipmunks.
After the hike we drove in the Rocky Mountain National Park and drove up as far as we could get before the road was closed due to snow (Many Peaks and Rainbow Curve). There were walls of snow several metres high on the side of the road the ...
... several visible from this pull off. Next we stopped at the Trailhead for Ute Trail and got our first glimpse of Forest Canyon. The next larger pull off was Forest Canyon and it was easy to see from here where it got its name. We were above the tree line and as you looked below you could see trees below filling the canyon.
Our next stop was at Rock Cut which is as the name implies a place where the road cuts through the rock. ...
... Emerald Lake was out of the question. Construction on Bear Lake Road resulted in car access only before 9am. We drove to Bear Lake,but I was feeling some shortness of breath from the high altitude. Luckily it subsided by the time we started our hike. Getting out of our car was quite a feat considering the 30-50 mph winds! The ranger warned us off some trails due to snow and wind, so we ...
... off in disgust. You know what *****…GO **** YOURSELF. Seriously. Not everyone is willing to drop $300 a night (which is what it would have been with all their ******** taxes and fees) for a room (one regular room…not a 1 bedroom or anything fancy…you can call it a suite but it’s a ROOM). I fully recognize there are people who will pay $300 a night and more on a hotel and not bat an eye so I respect them charging that but ...