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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were beginning to fade. Somehow I was able to talk everyone into it. So we all piled into the jeep and headed for the trail. The ghosts of Hells Revenge came upon on quickly. We were less than a quarter mile when I realized that we were in for a long stressful day. Again! The trail climbed hard into the Rockies with several hundred foot drops all over the place. It was also completely covered in 10-20 inch boulders. Moab ...
... 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 ...
... From there we went to Snowmass/Maroon Bells near Aspen, the first place on the original list from Buzzfeed. We were in Snowmass Village driving around and while it was pretty we didn't see anything spectacular. Dan went in to one of the hotels to ask about what we were looking for and they pointed us in the right direction. After more winding roads, we found the parking area with a ranger. Dan asked again about a beautiful view and ...
... Gothic is a biological research laboratory in the Elk Mountains. Gothic was a neat town. Lots of research buildings and cabins. One store which sold ice cream and snacks.
To get to Gothic requires a 4WD vehicle as it was a dirt road for about 15 miles. With the recent rain, it was quite muddy. But the RAM was up to the task. We learned that another mile up the road we would find a trail that lead ...
... was like no other, it would turn out to be the hardest yet best week I've ever had.
We would awake at 3am every morning in a tent filled with three snoring, *******, smelly dads and be dressed, fed and on our horses by 4am.
After a two hour ride up an icy, not so wide horse track we would ascend from 10,000 ft high to 13,000 ft - the highest I'd ever been was Mt Ruapehu!
Up where Dad and I were for the first two days it was ...