BEST WESTERN Vista Inn
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... rain had all but stopped. Change of plan: we're pushing on. Would we live to regret it? Well, yes and no. The climb remained at an easy gradient for the whole way, and we were sheltered from the wind by the alley of aspens we were climbing through. Apart from the last mile or so, the surface was also pretty good: muddy and slippery in places, but nothing like the drive chain jamming cement of yesterday. What did happen though was the snow storm. It started out as hail ...
Bright and early we were up. What were we thinking camping by a creek during a cold snap in Fall in CO? But it was beautiful and well worth it. We packed up (which is quite an ordeal, luggage and camping gear in soft bags) fairly quickly and headed into town to the Yamaha/ Beta dealer where I had had my new tires shipped. Owner is the only guy that works there, turned out to ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
Hope all's well there....
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... short distance south. There are several possible routes to the summit, but all are long and involve a greater than 4,000 foot elevation gain. The easiest route follows the Colorado trail for several miles from the trailhead before climbing toward the peak and is about a 12.5 mile round trip.
My first unsuccessful attempt was in the summer of 2000 with my friends Marc and Charlotte. They were both thinner and a ...
... 20 minutes on the summit, then just over 3 hours getting down (the last hour being one hellaciously long hour of forcing water down and trying to figure out why it wanted to come back up when I drank it). 14 miles roundtrip and 4,500 feet elevation - a full day for me.
Met some nice people at the summit, including a couple who had married themselves (i.e., without a minister, apparently allowed in Colorado as long as ...