Hot Springs Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 1095;уть умень 96;ая удово 83;ьстви& #1077; от конта 82;та с ней. Потом 91; что это как Мона Лиза – она за ...
... Ouray economy is based entirely on tourism. Ouray bills itself as the "Switzerland of America," because of its setting at the narrow head of a valley, enclosed on three and a half sides by steep mountains. Much of the tourism is focused on ice climbing, mountain biking, hiking and off-roading in the San Juan Mountains. Ouray is considered the winter ice-climbing capital of the U.S. It has the world’s first ice climbing ...
... and bumps in the road, splashing through mud puddles across the road, and hugging to the mountain-side on the cliff parts of the road. As we approached the summit, there appeared to be a fork in the road. One side led up and around on more rocky and dirt road. The other seemed to drive right into a stream, and up a small cascading waterfall. We weren't completely sure that this was a true road, so we decided to take the other direction. ...
U.S. 550 between Durango and Ouray via Silverton crosses three high passes and is one of the most scenic roads in America. It is nicknamed the "Million Dollar Highway" because it was apparently so expensive to build. Of course, nowadays that sounds like quite a deal. A million dollars probably doesn't pay for filling the potholes on the road each spring. The highway between Silverton and Ouray crosses over Red Mountain Pass, ...
... the mid-1990s and a shorter distance to the east Redcloud and Sunshine Peaks, two I was considering climbing the following day on this trip but decided to pass on until a future trip. They’re done together and a significantly more challenging and longer day than the Handies Peak hike, and I’m feeling too pooped to come back up the valley tomorrow and climb two more mountains. So I will be back some day in this beautiful valley.
The afternoon sunshine ...