Wild Horse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Wild Horse Inn Fraser
Travel Blogs from Fraser
... temps in the 90's in the low lands. We took a short hike to Bear Lake which was over 11,000 feet. The park is hard to describe and must be experienced. We rode 100 miles and covered all but one area. We then left the park and headed east towards Loveland on 34 Hwy along the river. Evidence of the recent flood was obvious. Dozens of cabins and beautiful houses were left half destroyed and hanging over the sheer ...
... the gate showed a massive park. It would take at least 30 minutes just to drive around. There were walking tracks all over the park, up into the heights. And I was at 10,000 ft sitting at the entrance. I decide to head to Bear Lake and it was a left turn off the main road, right into the heart of the park. As I head down the road I start to see wildlife. Elk and deer stroll the park. Not really concerned with the people and cars that are about. I keep driving towards the ...
... 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 ...
... was very dark, though, and was thundering some. We didn't really want to have an unpleasant ride, so we asked if we could just wait awhile. The staff was so nice and flexible and they said we could wait as long as we wanted and come back later on. We decided to do that and we were glad that we did. We took a little drive around the park and it began pouring. We saw a lot of wet hikers leaving their trails, and we were glad that we were dry! We were hoping ...
... out to be rather a lot further on, and the ranger walks about four times as fast as we did. That's why it took us so long to catch up to the group--he had covered a lot of ground. When we caught up this time, he was showing us the Pika territory, and some Pika were running about looking extremely cute and not stopping. I have several pictures of rocks, all of which pictures could be entitled "a scene which used to contain a Pika before I ...