Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Eagle, CO
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... back on the road. Vail has an amazing pedestrian-only area, with plenty of leftover Christmas lights and ice sculptures. Before heading out of town, we took a drive up to see some of the amazing homes on the mountain. We will definitely be visiting again! ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... minutes we saw a man walk by us heading toward the cause of the jam. He soon walked out of our sight. Another 15 or 20 minutes passed and we saw a State truck in the left lane reversing toward us. There was an illuminated sign on the truck. The sign alternated between an arrow pointing to the right and the notice "Left Lane Closed." The truck stopped a hundred feet or so ahead of our position. All the while it was snowing and we were not ...
Camp Hale is located in a valley on the north side of Tennessee Pass between Vail and Leadville and was the spot where the 10th Mountain Division trained during World War II before being deployed to Europe toward the end of the war. They were considered elite ski troops and especially well trained for winter combat in the mountains. Not ...