Old Town Inn
Travel Blogs from Crested Butte
So we woke up refreshed and ready to go today. After having a great rest in our suite we hit the road around 10:30. It was a pleasant and sunny 20 degrees and not much wind. The first part of the ride was a bit flat, but much more scenic than the last four days. Once we reached Canon City where there was all kinds of outdoor shops, we realized we were soon going to be in the mountains. What ...
... neighborhood looking at houses. Not to buy, because the average price for a house in Aspen is reportedly 4.5 MILLION. Location, Location, Location.
We set out on the Rio Grand Bike Trail for about five miles. It runs along a river and is very scenic. The first part was mostly downhill to a tavern at Woody Creek. There we stopped for something to drink then set off up the river for Aspen again. Kathy skinned her knee and the ...
Spent Wednesday in Crested Butte, a skiing town about an hour away from the cabin. Fun artsy town, great shops and restaurants
... no chance to pull over. (Note: Pics are totally out of order and I don't have time to correct it. They start with mine at the Pass and go backward. Then Lynn's do the s
Remember the idiots in the rental Class C's. They are back. Included a picture of one more. He clearly didn't belong on this road and there are several places that it is one lane...yup, he held up traffic because no one could get by him.
... then decided to entertain us all by getting lost in translation, asking us questions like "have you ever eaten fingers?" The night ended perfectly as we gazed up at the sky and watched meteorites shoot above our heads.
Still, we were in for a reality check when we got into our tents: the night was so incredibly cold, nobody managed to sleep for more than an hour or two. Not only had I come totally unprepared for a cold night ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed