Mt. Peale Inn/Lodge& Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... photos and memorabilia - did Jim Morrison really eat here?? And whose Fender stratocaster is it on the wall? From here we watch the landscape change from autumn forest colours to scrub to dirt and desert. And the mountains around become more and more "geological" with mesas and buttes and staircase cliffs. It really is like the old westerns. Josh remembers that his neighbour on the plane recommended we see Dead Man's Horse ...
We spent the morning at the cabin (mainly because the washing took soooooo long) and headed out towards canyonlands national park around midday. We started off by hiking to the grand view point, a one mile hike, but very rocky and hot! Mark made up a game where we were only allowed to tread on rocks and not sand which was fun to play, but did not speed up progress! The start of the trail ...
... record time, about an hour. We have and estimated 410 miles, 6.5 hours to drive today (that will probably be closer to 8 hours for us... the GG doesn't move that fast). Home in the Rocky's... 6:30pm (MT): Estes Park, Colorado. We arrived at the KOA campground after 9.75 hours (total miles driven 3176). When we got to the campground we had a bit of an ordeal unhooking the jeep due to a sharp incline, but had to since the park is so small. I ended ...
After another hearty breakfast we drove to Dead Horse State Park and then on to Canyonlands National Park. I wondered yesterday whether at some point we'd get a bit fed up with National Parks but no chance, they have all been so magnificent and each quite different. The sheer scale of everything, the depth of the canyons, the height and colours of the rock formations, the immense vistas are all totally awesome. And of course the Americans have it all sorted so you ...
... was a strange-looking fenced in area with a bunch of semi-permanent contractor’s trailers and one story steel-sided buildings. A sign on the road identified the property as belonging to the U.S. Department of Energy’s UMTRA project. Perhaps it was the headquarters of some sort of alternative or sustainable energy project? And on the opposite side of the river from our campground was a bluff of some sort which had been re-sculpted and flattened as if for putting in some ...