Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Eagle, CO
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back in the 90's. He had been a regular competitor in the Winter X Games as an aerialist and subsequently been host of these games for the last 13 years. Definitely a pioneer in the extreme winter sports. Nowadays he is a little more grown up and is an ambassador for Obermeyer and also in demand as a commentator for these events. Incredibly knowledgeable and entertaining, he certainly added to the overall enjoyment for us.
... Rugged up again we made our way to the stadium. Cloudy overcast start with the temperature around -8 but the sun made its appearance mid morning warming us up nicely. The course was superbly groomed and the snow was in excellent condition due to the cold night.
We once again sat with the Austrians (they came from Salzburg) and they were hopeful that today would be their day. They were not disappointed. Austrian Hannes ...
... as we made our way up the the newly built Red Tail Stadium at Beaver Creek. What a stunning view we had not just of the course but the surrounding mountains as well. The course was in perfect condition and the view from the stadium was great we we were able to see a large portion of the downhill run. There was a huge giant screen as well so that we could see the action close up as well.
The course is designed to challenge the best skiers in ...
... and walking around the upscale village, we headed off to Grand Junction for dinner at a place looking out over the Colorado River.
On our last morning we drove out through Glenwood Canyon and stopped off to do a steep 1.2 mile hike to Hanging Lake. While the hike itself was a little strenuous we were pleasantly surprised by the emerald green lake and waterfalls that greeted us. Quite ...
... of cars come up the ramp and try to get on the Interstate.
Leslie and I debated whether or not we should go the wrong way on the on-ramp and head back west. About then, an SUV in front of us did just that. About a minute later I did the same move, after shifting the truck into four-wheel drive low. Luckily we did not meet any oncoming traffic or cops. That was at nearly 14:00. We decided to drive back to Fruita and try our trip the following ...