Wild Horse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We decided to choose an old, familiar favorite for our first hike. We went to Bear Lake, hiked around, then headed all the way to our car at the Park and Ride lot, via Bierstadt Lake. A simple, four mile hike. We nearly killed ourselves. We rode the Park and Ride bus to the trailhead. There were 50 hikers each bus load, pouring off, eager to get their early morning hike going. Years ago, it was easy to park right at Bear Lake. No more. People ...
... scenic pullouts, we spent nearly four hours to travel 48 miles. This is where pictures tell the story best!
As we descended to the west entrance our road paralleled a tiny stream that is the beginning of the Colorado River whose headwaters lay deep within the Rocky Mountains. This river not only cuts through the Grand Canyon, it is the major source of water for the San Diego region for both residential and agricultural needs. ...
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 ...
... at least lunch sized. The kids had Micky Mouse pancakes, Olav had bacon and eggs (sunny side up) and they ordered me a vegetable omelette while I was in the visitor centre.
We then headed to the Falls entrance of the park and saw three elk in someone's garden before we even reached the entrance. I was ridiculously excited by that - little did I know what was in store later.
The weather was stormy - one moment we could see the mountains, the next we ...
Chris continued to drive another 130 kms to Fort Collins, Colorado so we could get a jump on the big drive to Grand Teton National Park some 750 kms away. The KOA campground Chris found on the GPS was conveniently located not far from the interstate but it was next to a horse paddock so there were loads of flies and when the wind changed the smell was so bad you had to close all the doors and windows. We were all too tired to move so we just ate, did laundry and ...