Travel Blogs from Silverthorne
... common unhealthy response to altitude. It’s a collection of signs that your body is becoming ill and has not adapted successfully to a higher altitude. Symptoms include fatigue, dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting, confusion, and difficulty walking. The single most important factor in reducing forms of altitude sickness is descending toward sea level. On that note, we should consider returning to a lower elevation, which ...
... feet in those 20 miles. At 12,095 feet, it’s the highest paved crossing of the Continental Divide. The road is closed in the winter, but when it reopens annually in late May, it’s a popular tourist destination. The road opened this year on May 22 -- just last week. Independence Pass gets its name from the village named Independence, which was established on July 4, 1879 – and is now a ghost town four miles west of the pass. Since 2011, the ...
... esp since he would have been changing it in the snow. Thankfully we have a small compressor and were able to blow it up before we stopped for the night. Hopefully it is not flat this am or we will be blowing it up again. Going to be a chilly one in the 20s this am...
Ok off for a nice hot breakfast then we are hitting the road!!! Enjoy the scenic pics taken thru the window with my ...
Arapahoe Basin is considered the locals and serious skiers mountain. This is not your ordinary ski resort, especially after experiencing the other resorts featured on the Epic Pass. A Basin is an old school mountain where there is only a small lodge, ticket building and ski patrol station at the base. There are no other major builders at the base. It is like no other ski resort I have been too.
I have fallen in love with this mountain and one day ...
Beaver Creek is the farthest ski area that the Epic Pass has to offer from Frisco CO. It is a must do location though. It is well worth the 40 minute drive which is really a straight shot down I70
west. The mountain and village are one of a kind. It is definitely a high class village. A single day pass to the mountain can be upwards of $140 for a lift ticket.
The mountain overall though is a must ski. It is good for beginners to advanced. The advanced trails ...
Other places to stay in Silverthorne
560 Silverthorne Lane, Silverthorne | 2 star hotelfrom $87
540 Silverthorne Lane, Silverthorne | 2 star hotelfrom $69
530 Silverthorne Lane, Silverthorne | 2 star hotelfrom $94
228654 Highway 6, Silverthorne | Hotelfrom $145
675 Blue River Pkwy., Silverthorne | Hotelfrom $75
204 Wildernest Road, Silverthorne | Hotelfrom $109