The Pinnacle Lodge
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews The Pinnacle Lodge Fraser
Travel Blogs from Fraser
... a thick jacket and some track suite pants. I had intended to bring a hoodie, however I forgot where I put it during the move. So I went to target to purchase one. I found what I needed and headed for the mountains. Mt Sanitas was my destination. Little did I know before I arrived in Boulder, that both Boulder and Colorado lie on the edge of the Great Plains, and they sit in the shadow of the Rocky Mountain spires that are the beginning of the Rocky Mountains. ...
So I haven't updated in a while but this is because I haven't had access to a solid computer. either way, we left chicago and have had a few car problems since. We got a flat tire just outsdie of chicago and a police officer pulled over and called us a help truck to change our tire. We drove to a Walmart to get a new tire soon after and found out that for all wheel drive vehicles you have to get all four tires replaced. Expensive! but it all worked out and I have 4 brand spanking ...
... morning. Also, the aid stations do not open until 5:00 AM when the ride officially starts. "No problem" says Greg because he happens to have a gigantic light on the front of his bike that will illuminate the whole county. Knowing Greg from my visit last year I had no doubt about his level of insanity so I just nodded my head and said "That sounds like a good idea Greg." The fact that he was able to convince Malcolm of this feat of modern science made it ...
Bringing Sarge back to Life.
Our trusty van, the Sprinter, was aptly named Sarge by Lynne and Lindsey during the adventure into the Sierra Mountains. The name has stuck, and he's been a champ throughout the trip and been patient as we learn his unique ways. For the most part, the Sprinter is an extremely well-designed ...
... was quite a few miles and on some fair dirt roads, nothing for which a four wheel drive is needed. The trail started off as a pleasant level walk in the woods but then climbed quite steeply and consistently for about 2,500 feet (that’s about three hours in Warren speed) through thick evergreen forest. The trees shrank to shrub size towards the top and the last half mile or so of zigs and zags to the ridgeline were in the open tundra. That’s what I like ...