Mountain Village Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain Village Resort Stanley
Bed was cozy.....but the natural spring hot tub was really nice.
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Travel Blogs from Stanley
... be considered amazing views were a little less spectatular comparison...how much beauty can one eye handle?
Looking forward to tomorrow so I can get my Hemingway geek on as it is only 60 miles down the road in Sun Valley where the big fella spent his final years in virtual recluse and ended it all with him blowing his brains out. He is buried in town and the couple ...
... to wake up to crunching gravel and slamming car doors of the locals gathering for the weekly Sat only breakfast. We too made our way in for some excellent grub and got to meet the locals for the first time. The One Way bar officially serves as a watering hole and restaurant, and unofficially serves as a community center, tourism office, and what we would soon learn a sometimes ER unit (a Loatian mushroom picker died there in the parking lot the morning we left - ...
... snow, and then, finally to our destination (at 8450 foot) - Sawtooth Lake. The views were amazing the whole way - America is so big - and we passed very few people indeed - fantastically empty and peaceful. After lunch at the top, we started back down, the sun by this time being very hot. At the end of our 8 1/2 miles we were mighty glad of our ice chest in the car and cold diet coke - bliss!
Now, in terms of the wildlife, the ...
We were told that this was a really beautiful place..... so we headed south and were a little disappointed. The lake is rather nice but the camp ground was amongst the trees , many of which had been cut down and left , so we felt like we were in a forestry site. also it was cold, really cold, we left this morning in 25 c and arrived here in the afternoon at about 12 c. We are at a much higher ...
... in the view. I can't get over how nice everyone was on the trail. In addition to people saying 'hello,' many of them stopped to talk to us. It wasn't uncommon to stop for five minutes and chat about where I was from or how our trip was going. A couple older folks we met on the trail talked to us about wild college parties and hanky panky. Our fantasy day in fantasy land started to come to an end when winds in the area ...