Ice House Lodge
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Alpine mountains, deep canyons, lush forests, deserts with huge sand dunes and clear mountains streams....what else can someone looking for scenic beauty desire? "The Switzerland of America" is breathtaking at just about every turn. It encompasses the southern ...
... Norwood, the road closely follows the San Miguel River through a canyon, this one vastly different to those earlier - being covered almost entirely with pines and aspen.
On the grassy flats just outside Telluride there was a good herd of elk - about 50 or so animals and they weren't particularly fussed about us or the people stopping to taking pics. Got into town and found the local museum. This was quite good and traced the towns history from before ...
When I woke up this morning I was freezing cold and I already had a ridiculous amount of layers on. I think it got into the minuses last night and we were out in the open in our flimsy tents. Not the ideal place I'd say. We all got ready and jumped into the van. We were headed for the Mesa Verde national park this morning. The drive there was crazy, such windy roads and all gradually inclining. But the views were astounding. At ...
... and internet weather.
I had arranged transfers with Telluride Express and upon deplaning I went to their counter in the airport to check in for my ride while awaiting baggage claim. Baggage claim took about 15-20 min. The ride to my hotel, the Camel’s Garden was about 90 minutes, but I did see wildlife such as elk along the way. It was originally difficult to choose where to stay as there were several attractive options in my general price range including the ...
... 6 other
people and a couple dogs in the same camp spot that evening.
The next morning we were off to hit the highest point of the Colorado
Trail, 13,254 ft., near the summit of Coney Peak. It seemed like we'd
never reach it as we kept climbing up and descending back down to the
original elevation (ugh). What a day! We camped in Lost Lake Basin that
evening with our new found friends: Dave, Tracy, and Josie the Packing
Dog. (12,250 ...