La Quinta Inn & Suites Rifle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The same goes for the giant swing ride that sends you spinning out over the canyon as well. They also had what has to be the best alpine slide in the world. This is not your father's alpine slide. This was a high tech kart that sent you hurling down the mountain at break neck speeds without the chance of flying off like so many other alpine slides. It was so fast and generates such G forces that I could not breathe. Of course there was a break to ...
... There is something about the bubbling and gurgling sounds of a river that brings me great peace.
For the past few days we camped in Rifle Gap State Park in Rifle Colorado. This is a quiet and remote campground perched on a hill overlooking the Rifle Gap reservoir. The view from the campsite was spectacular. It only took a few hours to realize that this was going to be the perfect spot to unwind for a few days after the long ...
... station for our liquid replenishment ritual (gas for the motorcycles and sports drink or water for ourselves) and, then, we proceed north on Rt. 13. There is nothing particularly interesting about Rt. 13; just miles and miles of open spaces and WIND.
... did not stop with the sun peaking through and patches of blue sky, the colours were amazing. Snow was everywhere and it was just a postcard picture of beauty. We were both sad to leave the Rockies as they really did provide such a unique experience. We even saw a deer run alongside the road before jumping back into the forest. We've seen the Canadian Rockies at the end of summer and now a glimpse of what the Rockies would look like in winter. Driving out of ...
... ground that was to be our home for the next 2 nights. After a quick lunch we travelled to join the balcony house tour. We had to descend 25 m by steps and paths to reach the bottom of the balcony house. It is a house set back in a small alcove in the cliff with a sheer drop to the canyon floor. Hard to believe anyone can live perched in this cliff. We had to climb a 32 ft ladder to reach what ...