The Pinnacle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews The Pinnacle Lodge Fraser
Travel Blogs from Fraser
... cheered and for the next hour or so everyone went mental and necked spirits from the bottle and danced around the bus, the sassy black woman even got involved but thinking about it now that must have been once we had stopped. Weed is legal here so the bus absolutely reeked of it. There was some furore when the prick behind me kept shouting at the girl to change her music but on the whole the journey was sort of fun. We basically sat listening to really loud music and watched loads of ...
... a banana suit, a skirt and my favourite was a Johnny Cash fan - black shirt, trousers, black cowboy hat and snow boots. He looked great! People just seemed to wear whatever they normally wore with ski boots. As Rhiannon said by text 'Welcome to America!'.
On the way home, we stopped to look at the Continental Divide - where the water one side of the sign flows to the Atlantic and the other to the Pacific. Quite cool!
Great day - very proud of the kids.
... onto the dumpling. I finally pull my food from the sloppy yellow clutches of the sauce bowl and into my mouth. Hmmm, this isn't so bad was my initial thought. It was a little spicy but nothing I can't handle. Bam! The hot flame hit me like a steam train, and it whistled it's way through my sinuses and out my nose and eyes. My eyes watered and no doubt my face was red. I tried to hold my composure but I know my face betrayed me. And like a train, it passed ...
... was not paddle boarding weather so we ended up going for a hike instead. We walked for a few hours around the base of the flatirons with the dogs (I was happy with this because I didn't have to touch them) and then had brunch in the Colorado Chautauqua, an interesting place close by which used to be home to Texan teachers during summer. After brunch we went back to the house and I read a newspaper article of wind turbine which is obviously ...
... 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 ...