TimberHouse Ski Lodge

Address: 32, Winter Park, Colorado, 80482, United States | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Winter Park

    Finally did the whole of the Trail Ridge Road

    A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on Aug 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... right in front of the car.

    We also saw marmots at Forest Canon Overlook and walked part of the Ute Trail to try to see pikas. We were successful in that but they are very hard to spot unless they move! The are related to the rabbit, but have no tail.

    The scenery on the west side of the Continental Divide was very different to the East side. It's beautiful and winds along ...

    Boulder

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... The camera captured this as it took a stream of photos. I came up on the rocks so fast the little squirrels on the rocks below forgot to scatter. I retrieve my camera and go back and sit on that rock for a while just to be still. And cause I do the squirrels all came out of their hidy holes and began to play and dance on the forest floor. They ran and jumped all the obstacles around for what seemed like no real reason, but it seemed fun. They were fast and nimble ...

    Chicago to boulder

    A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Sep 26, 2013

    11 photos

    ... coyote, rattlesnake (mike just barely missed stepping on one), and more grasshoppers than one can imagine. The town outside of the park was called Medora and it was a totally cheezy cowboy themed town. Home of the Cowboy hall of fame. We emedietly started to miss twenty something year olds, but moved on to badlands national park where there were even less young people to see than Theodore Roosevelt park. Bandland national park is kindof similar but way mroe dry and wild ...

    Take It To The Limit One More Time

    A travel blog entry by lifecycles on Jul 16, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... climb would continue to do so throughout the day.
    One of the first things I noticed is how quiet it was. Even though we were surrounded by numerous other cyclists there was not a lot of conversation taking place. Breathing was clearly the priority and conversation would have to wait until later. This was a continuing theme I would notice during the ride. After a few miles my legs began waking up and I was feeling pretty good.
    As we climbed higher ...

    Front Range Foray

    A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Oct 01, 2012

    7 comments

    ... runs a repair shop, specializing in European commerical and army vehicles (Unimogs, Sprinters, Pinzgauer). Dennis had plenty of experience with the Black Death and resolved this issue relatively painlessly and on budget! A huge shout out to Dennis and his crew!! Not only did they help us resolve this issue, he educated us on a number ...