Inn at Silver Creek

Address: 62927 US Highway 40, Granby, Colorado, 80446, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 62927 US Highway 40, Granby, is near Cabin Creek Stables and Fraser Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Granby

    Rocky Mountain NP

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 21, 2014

    16 photos

    ... it's all snow. People on their way out step carefully down the small slope as not to slip, the kids don't care, women and being escorted by doting partners. I looked strange in shorts, as the only ones in shorts were some young boys. Well, I'm a boy at heart. As I get to the lake after a short walk, the wind really starts to blow hard, and snow begins to fall from the heights. The lake is still frozen. I was intending to walk around it, but in this falling snow and the ...

    Camping Near a National Disaster Zone

    A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Sep 12, 2013

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... mobile homes. Even the businesses appear temporary. Others are seemingly abandoned with the buildings in various states of repair/collapse. Once we were notified that the next services would be in 57 miles. After passing through a lovely canyon with a train track for company, we arrived in Steamboat Springs to discover Larry finishing lunch in a sidewalk café. We walked a few blocks of the main street with Larry and ...

    DAY TOUR OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS

    A travel blog entry by jdboy on Jun 02, 2013

    51 photos

    ... previous night and one of them suggested we head up for one when we got off the bus. Darcy, our driver, dropped us off practically at the Hyatt's front door and we headed upstairs to the Peak Bar for our drink. I was pretty buggered so after the drink I said see ya later to the girls and made my way back to my apartment. After having to do yet another re-pack, which I am so over, it was lights out. Brilliant day, amazing scenery. A must for anyone who gets the opportunity. Over and out ...

    Through the park and out to dinner

    A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on Jul 21, 2012

    7 photos

    ... at, and explore on foot. The first part of the drive was through a low-lying (well relative to the rest of the park it was low-lying) valley before we turned and started climbing sharply into the higher elevations of the park. We stopped halfway up and went for a short walk around a small alpine lake. This was certainly an enjoyable walk but we were all dismayed at the effect that the elevation of 10,000 feet plus (nearly two miles above sea level) had on our ability to take ...

    Snow in June???

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jun 12, 2011

    10 photos

    ... to see Bighorn sheep, and she tells us to go to the Alluvial Fan. I ask her what kind of elk are in the park, and she looks at me blankly. “They’re just elk,” she says. I tell her that I know there are different kinds of elk. In California we saw Tule elk, and in the Hoh rainforest there were Roosevelt elk. She seemed a little embarrassed. Later I looked it up on Wikipedia, and there are four subspecies of elk in North America. The one at Rocky Mountain National Park ...