Rocky Mountain Park Inn
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.....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 …
... and grey sky. We stopped a few times for rubbish pictures and the higher we got the worse the weather became until we got to the top and it was raining and like the middle of winter.
After very little debate we decided that we couldn’t be bothered doing anything else so we would head to the camp site via the hotel from 'The Shining’ and ‘Dumb and Dumber’ which just so happened to be about 5min drive from ...
... we started the ascent we took a detour to the Hidden Valley Ranger Lodge. It is newer building located in a green valley under (still!) snow covered peaks, where once a ski-lodge operated. We attended a kid’s ranger-led program on animal supply and demand of resources and picked up two junior ranger workbooks for the kids. The ranger, who led the program, was adorable. She told us that she was just recently transferred from Wind Cave NP in SD, very near where we ...
... photo session. They are all posing and taking pics of each other totally dominating the entire landscape. We speak to a few more silent nature hikers who are dismayed by their ruined hike as well and decide to sit at Nymph Lake and see what their path will be. Then we hear even MORE yelling and notice there is a whole OTHER pack of these life sucking loudmouths higher up on the trail to Dream Lake. OMG. So then a couple heading down from the hike ...
Today is our first full day in Estes Park and we are anxious to hike! We decided to start with an easy adventure and go see the Alluvial Fan today. For those who don't know the area’s history, the Lawn Lake Dam in Rocky Mountain National Park broke on July 15, 1982 causing a major flash flood in the park and millions of dollars worth of damage in Estes Park. The Alluvial Fan is the massive path of debris left by the rushing floodwater. Part ...