Rocky Mountain Park Inn
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
.....sniff.... we had to leave colorado springs today......sniff..... The drive to estes park got darker and colder and darker and colder. We stopped in boulder ( another place I wanted to see) and the clouds were so low that you could barely see the mountains. We had lunch at eggs n things to warm up a bit before looking for a walmart ( yes …
... by dinner in the perfect mountain lodge setting, The Rock Inn Mountain Tavern, we ended our visit with these very dear friends with a flourish. We are so blessed to have these guys as friends and look forward to luring them to Ottawa in the hopefully not too distant future.
Off now to see the Red Rocks Amphitheater on our way South to Santa Fe, New ...
... you ride in a group of 15 or something like that, but they really just have one wrangler take out however many are in your group - in our case, just the two of us. We rode back into some really pretty scenery and up a pretty good hill where you could see Estes Park. Maybe my horse was doing the same, but Tyler's horse seemed to have some problems with his footing. He stumbled a few times and there was one time ...
... cliffs and a glacial lake at the base. Next we went over the highest point on the road, 12,183 ft.but there was no place to park there. Our next stop was Gore Range where we had a really good view of the Gore Range and the Never Summer Mountains. These mountains were almost completely nude of trees. The next stop was the Alpine Visitors Center. Here we hiked the trail up over 12,000 feet again. This trail was more like a long stone stair ...
And from Boulder we drove up and up....scenery becoming increasingly beautiful, through the rather unlovely Estes Park and into RMNP.... Our first proper National Park campground, Moraine Park, and it was lovely. Amazing views of the mountains and the first reverse park of the beast went pretty well! Campgrounds seem to be really well set up here, with fire-pits and ...