Far View Lodge Cortez

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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TravelPod Member ReviewsFar View Lodge Cortez

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

Moab to Mesa Verde

A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 16, 2014

Got up early today to pack and head to breakfast while our bags were packed on the bus. We got on the bus this morning early (7.45am) to try and beat the rush to Arches National Park. Managed to get some good pics of the arches before the hoards of other tourist buses arrived. Stopped at a few different arches like, North and South Windows and the …

Night 27: Four Corners

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

4 photos

... of the few towns and it crawls with ghosts that live in the shadows. We passed the southern edge of Monument Valley, a place made famous by the old western movies, near Kayenta. There are ancient pueblos in the rocks around here built by the people the Navajo replaced when they moved south from Canada centuries ago. The Navajo call them "Anasazi," which means the "ancients." Problem is that they are not so ancient. They live amongst the Navajo as the Hopi ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on May 09, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... on hand at a moments notice. Most of those horses got used a couple of times just to wake them up! We also had the benefit of driving past Monument Valley which had the most amazing rock formations and everywhere was red rock. We pushed on for another 200 miles, crossed from Arizona into Colorado and arrived at Cortez at about 7pm to grab a cheap hotel room then across to supermarket for a quick dinner ...

History isn't always what you think it is

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... present day Arizona and New Mexicao. The cliffs were inhabited by the Ancestral Puebloans who are the ancestors of the 19 pueblo groups currently residing in New Mexico. They farmed and hunted atop the mesa and lived in the cliffs below.

Our second tour was at Balcony House. For the visitor, this was a much more "hands on" experience (as you may be able to tell from the photos). While both rangers were excellent, the one we had for this area made ...

Settling into a groove now.....

A travel blog entry by ssnell on Mar 20, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

... had a dollar for every time I have said "Wow" or Holy ****"!! Ever since leaving Vegas - the traffic has been light, speeds good, weather good, and landscapes awesome!

Both Zion & Mesa Verde National Parks lived up to my expectations & did not disappoint... they were 2 of my priority parks on this trip and were amazing... I think the photos will tell it better than I can though. Mesa Verde park exists because of the cliff dwellings there which ...