Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... Here it is. Oftentimes the view out RV windows isn’t very “inspiring”. Someone needs to invent windows for RVs that can display a scene like our Aspen forest, or a beach scene, or simulate being underwater by flipping a switch on the wall. I’m sure it would be a popular option.
We called Larry and Kathy at their hotel and invited them over. When they ...
... Canyon to your west, and the peaks surrounding Ouray to your south. The sky. The sky. You feel like focal point of the sky's lens. That isn't put well, but I'll assort some words to better convey that metaphor someday. The Montrose Library guardians wouldn't let us in 30 minutes before opening so we headed south to the Ute Indian Museum on Chipeta Drive. The museum was rack stacked with artifacts and a documentary on the traditional Bear Dance. A billing notebook ...
... shoot and enjoying having us there! Then, we went for a quick walk up to the waterfall in Ouray before it started raining. We took our trademark "scared" photo on the top of the ridge before coming back down and heading off to our campsite for the evening. This was just a plot of land in a valley with no one around...we had a riverside plot all to ourselves which was beautiful! Jess and Jackson tried to trick me into ...
... to Imogene Pass..well almost to Imogene Pass. I actually stopped about 1 mile short of the pass and just enjoyed the view from a little lower. It was great getting above the trees and the views were outstanding. We really enjoyed Telluride and I can imagine that we'll make this a regular stop on the summer ...
... the dash a
little more tolerable but we were pretty happy to descend into Elk
Creek the next day and emerge at the railroad tracks by the Animas
It was a rainy hike down to the Animas but we found
camp under a Ponderosa Pine and finally had a night that we could visit
with our trail friends after the rain stopped. The next morning was a
wet one but as we were climbing 2,500 ft to Molas Pass we got to see the
Durango Silverton ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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