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

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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

... working fine and so we cruised on to the unexplored areas to the east. The first thing one sees as they leave the pines of Kaibab and head down through the junipers and sagebrush is a huge, perfect wall of red and pink. These are called the Vermilion Cliffs and they spread east for miles and miles, overlooking a super hot, flat desert plain. Soon we came to an area where hoodoos from dropped rocks from the cliffs served as some sort if shelter for ancient ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on May 09, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... desert for another 3 hours. Amazing mountain and rock formations but not much else. Our first stop after the canyon was a town called Cameron which we intended to take some photos to send to our Cameron. It turned out it wasn't really a town anymore and after a quick stop at the gas station to get some belated lunch we headed off again. More long straight roads testing out Regan's patience at having ...

History isn't always what you think it is

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... of the iceberg (or should we say mesa?) in the question department.

A quick overview for those of you unfamiliar with Mesa Verde...it's located in the southwest corner of Colorado and was rediscovered by some ranchers in the late 1800s. After excavation and restoration, archaeologists determined by testing the core of logs used in the dwellings that they date back to the beginning of AD through the 1200s when the inhabitants all left and ...

Settling into a groove now.....

A travel blog entry by ssnell on Mar 20, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

First - a huge THANKS to everyone for all of your well-wishes & support - it is sincerely appreciated!

This really won't be a long blog this time, but I'll add more pictures to this one (they are worth a thousand words right?) I've settled into the more relaxed part of the trip and have had 2 full days of chasing National Parks. I have been blown away by the scenery, Utah is gorgeous (wouldn't want to live there, but great to go see for sure!!) - - I ...