BEST WESTERN PLUS Eagleridge Inn & Suites
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... feet above sea level. Here is the view from our cabin. Although right off the hi-way, the campground was lovely. We even had the hot tub to ourselves under the stars! The campground owner was from Vermont and quickly assessed the type of campground we were looking for – privacy and trees (if possible). He recommended Cotopaxi, west of the Royal Gorge. ...
... this time for breakfast. The ride from Manitou Springs to Woodland Park is a wonderful climb through red rock formations, but once you head west out of Woodland Park, it flattens out and is mostly just prairie until you hit the mountains around Buena Vista. It's beautiful to be able to see so many miles across the prairie at the mountains looming in the distance. By the time we reached US-285S, we realized that we had already been on this ...
... plus 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the first two days.
I have been fighting a head wind this morning. It has made me rethink my goals for first couple days. I am going to get a room in Canon City. Then go to Salida tomorrow then Gunnison. Hopefully this will keep the fun in the trip. I hope to have lighter winds tomorrow maybe even a tail wind. All the ups and downs added up to 1703 ft of elevation gain today over about 35 miles. So much for the plains being ...
... out for Cripple Creek. Mom had found a gold mine tour called the Molly Kathleen Gold Mine Tour. We decided to head there via "Shelf Road". W.O.W. Shelf road was a dirt road that was in the scenic drives book that Dad has been looking through for this trip. The majority of it was one lane with a few areas where the road was wide enough for two cars to pass. It drove along the edge of a canyon and had very steep ...
... in the 80's -- not good for sleeping! The price was right, too. It was FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
While talking to fellow travelers, we were advised to avoid Denver traffic if we could. Since we were heading to Pueblo and didn't need to go through Denver to get there, we took their advice. We backtracked to Brush, CO and headed south to Limon and then west to Colorado Springs. For those of you who think all of CO is defined by the Rockies, guess again. The eastern part of ...