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... 2800 metres above sea level in the Rockies and it was freezing in the evening. The air was very thin and a few of our party were becoming a bit breathless doing nothing! They expect snow in Silverton in 2 to 3 weeks time which will last until next May. Near by are several ski resorts.
My bed was lovely and warm but kept waking up with a headache - something to do with the altitude (or was it that beer in the jugs?)
... the ideal build for this kind of climb. Fat Bro A long, long climb up to the top of Cinnamon Pass. My best ride so far with some serious Alpe D'Huez style climbing. It was an 'enjoyable challenge' and just what I was looking for on the trip. Fit ...
How do you describe Silverton? I think maybe you experience Silverton rather than describe it. The are lots of words to describe it, but no one or two or even a few are adequate. It is old, authentic wild west, stubborn, mining town, quirky, unique, 50 miles from nowhere, dusty, kinda junky, touristy, genuine, railroad town, lots of jeeps, lots of restaurants, and a place that will fascinate you. I will comment ...
... the dash a
little more tolerable but we were pretty happy to descend into Elk
Creek the next day and emerge at the railroad tracks by the Animas
It was a rainy hike down to the Animas but we found
camp under a Ponderosa Pine and finally had a night that we could visit
with our trail friends after the rain stopped. The next morning was a
wet one but as we were climbing 2,500 ft to Molas Pass we got to see the
Durango Silverton ...