Dolores Mountain Inn

Address: 701 Railroad Ave., Dolores, Colorado, 81323, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 701 Railroad Ave., Dolores, is near The Anasazi Heritage Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Dolores

    Mesa Verde NP

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 01, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... to see the site. You really notice the rarified air when you climb. John then did a similar tour of Balcony house, smaller but less accessible, with numerous ladder and a crawl out tunnel at the end.

    Then, after lunch, drove along the rim and a bush walk of 2km to two lookouts. One across to look at Balcony House - looked tiny tucked under the cliffs. Then another lookout across Soda Canyon. Breathtaking ...

    All over the place

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 19, 2014

    28 photos

    ... to the Navajo National Monument. We drove all over northeastern Arizona, and it seems the Navajos owned everything. The Res went forever, but sadly they can have it, since there's nothing out there. I'm talking NOTHING. Not even a stray horse or two. Anyway, this was another site of prehistoric Puebloan dwellings where the Tsegi Phase villages were built into the natural sandstone alcoves of the canyons. Pretty cool. We hiked out to a promonade about ...

    Casa Bonita to Mesa Verde National Park

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Aug 11, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... then, so did the Croatian couple we met and another two dozen tourists! Our goal was to find a dignified way to actually be in all four states at the same photo-op time. How did we do??

    Of course, we also gained access to a shopping bonanza at the market stalls surrounding the monument. Navajo artisans were selling jewelry, pottery, art, and trinkets. We were proud that we escaped without damaging our wallets! ...

    Learning about the Puebloan (Anasazi) People

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 07, 2014

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... across the street. Getting some food in the kids seemed to help their mood. It was not an unpleasant day, and very comfortable in the shade, but hiking up and down to the dwellings , the bright sun, and altitude seemed to zap their energy. We are all drinking a ton of water.

    We decided to take a break to avoid the noonday sun and head back to the hotel room for some naps. By 4:00 we were back on the road, visiting ...

    Cliff Dwellings

    A travel blog entry by jinx44 on Apr 26, 2013

    We spent two nights and one full day at Mesa Verde. The first night we got there, we set up camp and pretty much went right to sleep.

    The next day we booked tours to check out the cliff dwellings. These are homes built by the Native Americans into the sides of a cliff and abandoned hundreds of years ago. Two of the dwellings were with a tour group while the other one was self-guided. Both of our incredibly knowledgeable tour guides were ...