Hampton Inn Canon City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in 1999 but the original train dates back to1879, after a railway war between 2 rival companies both tried to run track through the gorge. It was too narrow to sustain two sets of tracks. The hanging bridge that you see here was built the same year. The gorge was only 30 ft across in this stretch and so the railway needed to be built out over the water! It still is working just ...
... later we learned that exhibits included the hangman’s noose used in the last Colorado execution and an actual gas chamber. Grim.
The maximum security prison outside of the city has had its share of celebrity felons including Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, and others.
The following day, we continued following in the footsteps of frontier settlers and early cattle ranchers. The Frontier Pathways took ...
... br> We took a ride to a couple of areas where we could see the gorge and the bridge. This is beautiful country. We went to the rafting company and reserved our trip for tomorrow and then we rode into CanÚn City. We went to the old historical area of town and walked around the town. I felt like we had been transported to the 50’s. It is an old Main Street with a ton of small businesses. There were a few bars and restaurants, a ...
... grasses. This is a race like no other. You don't go round and round and learn the turns. You go up once on race day and you're done. Another difference of this race is that as a fan you are there until the end. There is only one way up Pikes Peak, so once you are at your viewing area you are there to the end. You may have heard on the news that one of the racers died this year. Bobby Goodwin, 54, from Texas died when he crossed ...
... We drove 11 miles up the road to a little ghost town called St Elmo. St Elmo was a bustling mining town in the late 1800's now they boast a permanent year round population of 2. The Buena Vista Historical Society has done a nice job of maintaining the town and there is one building that serves as a gift shop and snack bar.
Immediately after pulling into town we found a spot near the old jail to enjoy our usual picnic lunch. After lunch ...