Wild Horse Inn

Address: 1536 County Road 83, Fraser, Colorado, 80442, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1536 County Road 83, Fraser, is near Winter Park Visitor Center, Trailblazers Snowmobile Tours, Fraser Valley Library, and Cabin Creek Stables.
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      Travel Blogs from Fraser

      I freaked out

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 11, 2014

      31 photos

      ... and continued on our way toward Silverthorne. I guess we should have listened to Mrs. GPS's ranting. Call me a coward. I can take it.

      We passed through a town called Leadville, and my research tells me that it is the highest city in the USA at over 10,200 ft. It was an old mining town in days long past, and it too has it’s own brand of charm. Beyond it was a huge mining operation in a town called Climax. I could see a mountain in ...

      Denver to the Rockies

      A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 17, 2014

      3 photos

      We packed up, replenished our food supply, and headed to the Rockies. It took a couple hours to drive from Denver to Rocky Mountain National Park, where we bought the national park pass and checked in to Glacier Basin Campground. We had reservations near the Darlings, which meant we were in the RV area, and many of the trees had been cut down because of a terrible bark beetle infestation in the park. We set up our cozy tent during a break in the rain, and once we got used ...

      Rocky Mountain National Park

      A travel blog entry by sifefer on Jun 17, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... seen
      before. When I got over the crest I could see over to a set of mountains on all
      sides. I was standing in total open space as far as I could see. I felt so free
      and the song "the hills are alive" came to my mind. Kinda queer, I know but the freedom that was
      felt was alive....




      After
      Ruby's descent, we decided to find a place to take a short walk and hang out for
      awhile and do nothing. And of course we did; on ...

      Graduation, Rockies and snow fights

      A travel blog entry by dekr0889 on Nov 22, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... My mom and sister had come here for graduation. Too many mountains in Colorado meant there weren’t really many places that my mother could visit without having to hike for miles together. After much deliberation, we settled on visiting Rocky mountain national park. Not the best choice, but hey, my mother could get to play with snow in spring. Fair deal.

      Rocky Mountain is one of the national parks in Colorado ...

      Rocky Mountain highs

      A travel blog entry by grofffam5 on Aug 08, 2013

      6 photos

      ... Park and then not too far from the entrance we got to see a moose. There were some cars stopped so we knew there was something. It was a female moose, so it did not have antlers, but at least we got to see one! We stopped to get some pictures and then continued our drive. The Rockies were beautiful with their rocky peaks and lots of pine trees. We continued going up and drove on Trail ...