Best Western Antlers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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At Rifle we exit onto SR 6 for a very short stretch. Interestingly, this is the same SR 6 that crosses the entire USA from East to West coast, including the norther tier of Pennsylvania, which I have ridden with my youngest son, Corey.
We stop at ...
... Park and then follows the Fraser River and Colorado River into Glenwood Springs. It was definitely worth the trip. It takes about 5 1/2 hour by train and is a 2 1/2 hour drive via I-70 to get to Glenwood Springs. It wasn't about being in Glenwood, it was about the trip there and back. Absolutely beautiful trip. Check one more item off the Bucket ...
... back in the 90's. He had been a regular competitor in the Winter X Games as an aerialist and subsequently been host of these games for the last 13 years. Definitely a pioneer in the extreme winter sports. Nowadays he is a little more grown up and is an ambassador for Obermeyer and also in demand as a commentator for these events. Incredibly knowledgeable and entertaining, he certainly added to the overall enjoyment for us.
... able to go in to each cave a few feet before it would get to dark to see.
We spent a couple hours exploring and goofing off and enjoying each others company. We watched people and even witnessed a redneck wedding.
After thoroughly enjoying all the park had to offer we set off on the back roads to Glenwood Springs. We had a good time viewing the variety of homes and farms and other crazy hillbilly homesteads as we drove through ...
... for the season so we just walked for a few miles and enjoyed the view from a distance. Surprisingly most of the town was also closed, so we just wandered until we found a cute local bakery cafe for some food before trekking the few hours back home. At least we can say we saw real aspens in Aspen and the cluster of ski mountains (including Buttermilk, which still had the half pipe set up from the X games)...