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... as we made our way up the the newly built Red Tail Stadium at Beaver Creek. What a stunning view we had not just of the course but the surrounding mountains as well. The course was in perfect condition and the view from the stadium was great we we were able to see a large portion of the downhill run. There was a huge giant screen as well so that we could see the action close up as well.
The course is designed to challenge the best skiers in ...
... the stunning scenery in all its glory.
One of the traditions here is that everyday at 3pm they serve hot chocolate chip cookies at the base of the Centennial Chair Lift. These are delicious and everyone makes their way down at that time to enjoy some. We were no exception. They really are delicious and I am not normally a lover of choc chip cookies but these were special. It could also be that we were hungry after skiing.
Beaver Creek has a ...
It was farewell to the lovely town of Aspen today and time to move on to our next stop, Beaver Creek. We hired a car for the two hour drive as we wanted to take our time to see some of the amazing scenery of the Glenwood Canyon.
Glenwood Canyon is a rugged scenic 20km stretch of highway on the Colorado River. Its canyon walls climb nearly 400m on both sides. The Interstate 70 highway follows the river as it snakes its way through the Canyon. ...
... went down the big slide ( it was actually quite scary) The man was swimming as well with 2 small boys. I was a little weirded out cause I noticed he kept looking at me out of the corner of his eye. I kept playing basket ball in the pool with miller when I noticed that one of my nipples was sticking out of the top of my swimmers. Oh so that explained the ...
... huffing and puffing their way up with lots of rests on the benches. A quite obese friend of mine seemed quite proud he had made it all the way up earlier in the summer and told me it was the hardest thing he ever did.
That makes it sound far worse than the reality. The trail leaves the parking area and follows the Colorado River a short distance in the canyon before climbing steeply up ...