Eagle Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... of the day's events we enjoyed our last afternoon here at Beaver Creek with a visit to the beautuful chapel situated adjacent to our hotel. A multi denominational chapel it is constructed of stone and glass and is set against the beautiful backdrop of the mountains.
A final wander around the Beaver Creek village and our time here was complete. We have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and most certainly would love to come back.
Back to do it all again! Men's Super G on the difficult Birds of Prey Course at Beaver Creek.
Super G is like downhill but with a few more gates that the skier has to pass through. Unlike downhill though they do not get any training runs on the actual course only a course inspection an hour or so before the start time. This adds to the challenge for the skier and excitement for the spectators as sometimes it all goes horribly ...
... and Uncle Timmy used to play, we then wandered around the quaint ski village stopping in at a few shops and bars. We enjoyed a few beers at Bart and Eddies which is named after the owner’s two pet dogs so we were not surprised to see dogs situated on various barstools around the place. The next day Jona treated us to a gondola ride up Vail Mountain where we did a short hike which produced ...
Camp Hale is located in a valley on the north side of Tennessee Pass between Vail and Leadville and was the spot where the 10th Mountain Division trained during World War II before being deployed to Europe toward the end of the war. They were considered elite ski troops and especially well trained for winter combat in the mountains. Not ...
... colorful with the changing aspens and almost cloudless skies.
Despite not climbing a mountain, I suspect I ascended about 2,500 feet from the
trailhead, but many parts of the trail were level or with repeated short ups
and downs rather than the continuous ascent and then descent of a peak climb. I’d
highly recommend the hike to anyone looking for a long day hike in remote
country where few other hikers go.