Far View Lodge Cortez

Address: Mesa Verde Mile Marker 15, Cortez, Colorado, 81330, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mesa Verde Mile Marker 15, Cortez, is near Dominguez and Escalante Ruins.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking
  • Pets allowed

TravelPod Member ReviewsFar View Lodge Cortez

Reviewed by backroadtravels

Rustic lodging with a view

Reviewed May 31, 2015
by (4 reviews) Mechanicsburg, PA , United States Flag of United States

8572.31 ft above sea level and FINALLY nice temperatures.

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Reviewed by zjonneke

Geweldig uitzicht

Reviewed Sep 14, 2013
by (15 reviews) Kaatsheuvel , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

Dit hotel is dé plek om Mesa Verde vandaan te verkennen. Je zit midden in het National Park met een adembenemend uitzicht over de omgeving. De kamers zijn tip top in orde en voorzien van alle gemakken. Zeer vriendelijke ontvangst en een prima restaurant. Gratis wifi beschikbaar.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Far View Lodge Cortez

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Cortez

Day 90 - Back in the Mountains With Indian Ruins!

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 21, 2015

44 photos

... streets of Rome, and rode right up to the back of the motorcycle forcing me to the side of the road so they could pass. I just went to the inside of the lane and stopped as they zoomed past. I was in no hurry, I don't know why they were.
We made it back to he hotel about 6:15, and our dinner reservations were for 7:35, so like the tourists we are, we headed directly to the restaurant and asked if we could be ...

Learning about Ancestral Pueblo people

A travel blog entry by bobert on Aug 02, 2015

9 photos

... Puebloan cliff dwelling to be found anywhere so no surprise that it is also the most popular to visit. We didn't have to walk very far in distance but had to climb up many steep narrow sandstone steps and wooden ladders to reach the main site. The tour was listed as being strenuous, not because of the distance or the heights climbed but because being at over 8,500 feet most people find the air just that little bit thinner making you out ...

Trinidad to Mancos - the scenic route

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on May 19, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

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We got back onto the 160 highway at Pagosa Springs, and then followed that for the last 90 miles to Mancos. There were a few roadworks - some to do with the recent snow & rain, and some just regular resurfacing. We got here just after 5pm.

A long day, but enjoyable. Had dinner next door to the motel - at "Millwood Junction" restaurant.


Pagosa Springs – Balloon Colorfest

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 20, 2014

9 photos

... early afternoon it was 88F, too hot to function!! We did leave early, as nothing was going on and the music wasn’t set to start until 3pm and we didn’t care to hang about for another few hours in the heat. Instead, we abandoned the corvette’s roof and headed back towards Cortez with the hot sun beating in, the warm wind blowing our hair into knots and looking forward to a relax with a cold beer back at our hotel. But first, an ...

Night 27: Four Corners

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

4 photos

... finally came we earned the right to create photographic evidence that we were in four states at once. That is what you do for fun in the middle of the desert. It might not make sense to you now but it would after four hours driving through sand and rocks and heat. From here we had a choice. This is why one of the Navajo hawkers called us "gypsies." We could go to our favorite places in New Mexico like the High Road to Taos and the Sangre de Cristos. This would mean ...