Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We stopped into Glenwood to visit the Hot springs.... snow covered mountains and tons of people running around in bathing suits swimming in sulfur scented steaming pools. The temp ranged from 94-104. I think I'll always think about that experience until I get to re-visit. The following day we went to Denver and partied with all the locals. Everyone …
... thing that I had ever seen. After snapping some pictures and taking it all in we headed up the trail a little more to the ghost town of Crystal. There is actually one person who lives up there and he runs a small gift shop. While there I ran into one of those professional jeep tours. I decided to jump in front of him on the trail back so that someone would find the bodies if we rolled off a cliff or something. OK ...
... down, but I did not really consider that an option. A small rainstorm blew in at one point and we decided to ride the slide one more time before heading home. Guess what folks…The already stupid fast alpine slide was now even faster due to the lubrication and the option to use breaks seemed to have been removed. My God! This ride now took a turn into the absurd. I am petty sure that I broke several ribs and ruptured my spleen strictly from the G ...
... that we had somehow passed Colby dry clothes through the window just to mess with him. He still believes that. I promise you we did not. It was a fourth of July miracle! Truly weird.
The following day we took a trip up the road to Rifle Falls State Park and did a small hike up to the falls. We have seen a lot of waterfalls in our travels, but this one was unique because of the topography gave you great access to it. You could ...
... there we drove to the Rocky Mountain National Park. We didn't have any specific plans, and the ranger at the visitor's center suggested we drive all the way through the park rather than around it. She seemed to be happy the road was open the entire way, so we took her advice.
I'm scared to death of heights, and driving through that park was somewhat terrifying. It was worth it, but not an experience I'd like to repeat!