Aspen Leaf Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... light snow, but soon progressed into a heavy snowfall. Because we were well wrapped up and climbing constantly, however, we felt pretty warm except for the usual cycling ice blocks for feet. And with a white covering, the surroundings looked all the more stunning: white peaked mountain tops and corridors of aspens lined with a white carpet, the bright snow setting off the fiery orange of the leaves and softly highlighting the deer which regularly danced across the ...
... Cameron, Keith and Andrew) around the camp fire as we reminisced about the whole route, and, in particular, are hankering after the remote stretches in the wilderness which seem both so recent and so far away. Tomorrow we climb up to 3,499 metres: that is high! Day 45. Saturday 27th September. Heaton Bay Campground to Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch. Colorado delivered again. Another superb day of riding. Last night at the Campground we'd shared a pitch with Frank and the ...
... size and height of the mountains, the remoteness, the lack of trees and plants, there is so much to take in. It never did warm up much that first day on the trail. I had an appointment later in the afternoon to get some new tires installed, so we had to try to make good time. We got off the trail in Salida and headed N to Buena Vista. Traveling in places you've never been especially out west, it's difficult ...
... and it completely snapped him out of his bizarre yelling. He became friendly and had a short conversation with us and was on his way. I admired Kirsty's ability to talk to the man, whereas I was just awkward and non confrontational. I think we're all craving a rest day. They want to see a movie in the old-fashioned theater and I want to check out the historic downtown area and the river. We went back to camp in the dark and had an awesome night's ...
... yellowstone)! The route took us up the mountain and towards the highest point in the park (around 12, 000 ft). The views here were even better than we had seen the previous day as the height meant we could see a clearer panorama. We still couldn't get over the fantastic and beautiful views we were perceiving and we both kept reiterating that we felt extremely lucky. The snow on the mountains paired with the lush green valleys and lakes just topped anything I have ever ...