BEST WESTERN PLUS Silver Saddle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Silver Saddle Estes Park
Location is convenient, breakfast is good and rates are reasonable. Not as cute as some of the historic B&B's you can find in Colorado, but definitely good value for what it is. We would stay here again.
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... edge and scared, and was very out of breath from the altitude. I got up to turn down the thermostat, felt my way around the edge of the bed because it was too dark to see, and accidentally touched Justin's foot. Gave the poor guy a heart attack! Right as I was drifting off (with my leg and arm hanging out of the blankets), I felt like I was touched - my mid thigh, twice, and then my upper arm. I wasn't scared though. I felt so peaceful and content. Who ...
... t quite understand just how the scoring
system works, because knocking your opponent off his horse doesn’t necessarily
seem to be the way to score points. Most of the competitors seemed to be from
Canada, so maybe jousting is a bigger sport there. I don’t think jousting is
something particularly Scottish or Celtic, but it’s something completely different
and lots of fun. Jousting is cool! I vote to add it as an official Olympic
... out to be rather a lot further on, and the ranger walks about four times as fast as we did. That's why it took us so long to catch up to the group--he had covered a lot of ground. When we caught up this time, he was showing us the Pika territory, and some Pika were running about looking extremely cute and not stopping. I have several pictures of rocks, all of which pictures could be entitled "a scene which used to contain a Pika before I ...
... of this nature than I actually am. So, being only my third time in clips (shoes that clip to the pedals) and tackling the amount of rocks we tackled, Young Gulch beat my ass. All of this said, there were some amazing sections of biking aside from the insane amount of rock. Although, some rock is okay, especially when a stream breaks it up! As we rode higher, tall, lime green grasses brushed our elbows. It was gorgeous! As ...
The Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) has 60 peaks rising above 12,000 feet, and elevations ranging from 8,000 feet in the grassy valleys to 14,259 feet at the top of Long's Peak. RMNP protects a landscape of snow-capped peaks and high mountain lakes. One third of the park is alpine tundra, a carpet of miniature flowers in mid-summer.
To put it in perspective, elevation of Mount Washington is 6,288 feet ...