Blue Mountain Inn & Suites

Address: 37 Park Street , Rangely, Colorado, 81648, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 37 Park Street , Rangely.
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      Colorado part 2

      A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Jul 09, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... days were over. We were disappointed not to pick up the climbing form we had when we left the Dolomites about 8 years ago, and wondered if our age has anything to do with it – terribly depressing! Either way we were moving on again.

      Colorado is great.

      Just out of Aspen Hunter S Thompsons favourite tavern had to be good. A night in a place called Rifle named after a guy wrote rifle on the map where he thinks he lost his gun (gun never found) also ...

      What a first day on the river!

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Aug 27, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... Terry rowing with his wife Jane, and friend, Ray as his passengers, and my husband Glenn rowing with me as his passenger. Everyone except Wanda is an experienced river runner (Glenn hates the term 'river rat'). It was Wanda's first time on the river.

      A shuttle company is paid to drive our cars to the take-out so that they will be there when we arrive. Some river shuttles are short enough that we drive the cars ourselves to the take-out, and ...

      Colorado National Monument

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 21, 2013

      ... to check out the views as I headed toward the Visitor Center. It was obvious that the vast majority of the infrastructure was done by the CCC. It's a very old national monument having been created in 1911.

      After getting about half-way to the Visitor Center I decided I better get there and try to solve my problem before it got too late so I started passing the overlooks. I went in and explained what had happened. ...

      Dinosaur National Monument

      A travel blog entry by carolinebaugh on Jun 22, 2013

      5 photos

      ... entire rockface exposed with bones everywhere in quite a tangle. Basically it was the remains of a fast river bed, where the dinosaurs had originally died of thirst with no rain, then drowned when there was too much! Bones and debris were all washed to the bottom of the river in a big heap, which them dried out, became covered in mud and became today's find... Thousands of bones, and the kids could touch and ...

      Ate at Giovonni's; Slept at Budget Host Inn

      A travel blog entry by bushaw on May 20, 2013

      3 photos

      ... All this was then baked. Yum. Err, multo buono! Gelato and carrot cake cheesecake for dessert. Very naughty!

      The lodging was adequate.

      We'll try to catch up on sleep tonight before moving on to Arches National Park and Moab tomorrow (we ...