Sheraton MountainLair

Address: 135, Crested Butte, Colorado, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Crested Butte

And right next to Nevada is Utah!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 06, 2015

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... with “statues” of orange stone sitting boldly in the bright sunshine, smiling back at us as we snapped their photos. And this is what life had planned for us today. Simply amazing.

Instead of arriving at our hotel at 2:45, we arrived after 5, a little later than usual, but well worth it. Now we settle down for the BIG debate, which comes to us at 7 PM. Tomorrow, Great Sand Dunes National Park. ...

Last Day @ Lakeview Campground, Gunnison

A travel blog entry by cconoly on Aug 05, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... of waterfalls all the way up. No pictures--we were concentrating in the road! On the way back, we took what we thought was a short cut, but it turned out to be a long cut--we did see some new country. We were glad to get back on a paved road! This afternoon we packed everything up & took our last walk here. We're loaded and ready to head out for our next stop tomorrow ...

Lakeview Campground--Taylor Lake, CO

A travel blog entry by cconoly on Jul 30, 2015

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... Matt, Morgan, & the Hartleys. Brings back great memories! This is big ATV country and we must have been passed by a million 4-wheelers on that dusty road. Weldon wore a face mask and I rode most of the way with my eyes shut--to save my ...

A Lucky (for us) Traffic Jam

A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... that day. They did! Apparently the next rafting trip was also waiting on the traffic to clear up, so we were able to tag along! We got suited up as quickly as possible and hopped into the van that was following the rest of the group up, towing the rafts behind. We hopped onto the Taylor River, purportedly the coldest river in Colorado. It was a balmy 40 degrees in the water, so we were grateful for our wetsuits.

The rafting was relatively mild,. Class ...

Not much change but much bigger

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jul 01, 2014

41 photos

From Price we followed the Green River across the Colorado border to the first visitor center. While there were many scenic drives we could have taken in the vicinity of Grand Junction we decided to skip them since most were out and back or long detours. We went on to Glenwood Springs. We were shocked at the growth in this town since our last trip through twenty years ...

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