Lodge at Mountaineer Square
Travel Blogs from Crested Butte
For our last two days in Moab, we made some great plans. On Saturday, we thought, Mike can bike the famous Slickrock Trail while Jen relaxes, and then on Sunday we can paddle the flatwater between Moab boat dock and Potash boat dock. Well, the weather didn't exactly cooperate with us. We woke up on Saturday morning at 5 am with the wind howling …
... Did not realize that the top of this mountain was over 11,000 feet! Great winding road down as well along side the river the whole way. We ended our day finding a great motel in Gunnison, Colarado. Most of the motels were pricey and nearly full, but we came across this rustic hotel from the 60's. Great spot to stay. Rustic log furniture, but super clean. The owner was splitting wood for ...
... Tavern is equipped for this happenstance. Though the ride back is uphill, it is gradual most of the way and not a big problem.
We all soaked in hot water and if felt good. Darlene and I returned to Basalt and Larry and Kathy visited a store for supper supplies. Larry roasted steaks and made rice while Kathy prepared a delicious salad. We reviewed photos from the past couple days then retired to our accommodations for the ...
Spent Wednesday in Crested Butte, a skiing town about an hour away from the cabin. Fun artsy town, great shops and restaurants
Today's trip to us out to Aspen Ski areas. I say areas because Aspen is the location of several different ski slopes...I didn't realize that. The area reeks of money. Even the kids soccer fields are artificial turf. Not going to say too much, because we are at Mickey D's to do this blog. The pictures start out with a couple before Aspen. Then a few of Aspen. And then it is uphill from 8,000 feet to 12,000 feet to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility