The Baldpate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... riding. I also wanted to drive through the Moraine Park campground to see what it looked like. I had been wishing we had camped there instead of here at KOA, so I was curious to see it. I will say though, I really like this KOA a lot. The people working here are all extremely nice and the cabin is really clean. With all the rain we've been having, it's probably good we're in a cabin. So anyway, we drove ...
... in the car) as it is an old dirt road, one way only (no going back) with sheer drops pretty much constantly as you twist and turn round the mountain. Saw what we thought were beavers but maybe gophers a few times on the way up. Once I had got over my fear over looking down, the views were stunning. We were so high up we were level with snow and frozen waterfalls on ...
... it all and parked and walked back to the area. At first we were standing in a group along the hill overlooking the field and I had a great vantage point but there was again some ******* family with their rude kids making loud bugling sounds like they were elk incessantly over and over. The mom told them to stop it once but then gave up and it was a free for all with each kid trying to be louder than the last. Do you not recognize there are other people ...
... get information, and decided we would take a hike on Lily Mountain, which is actually outside of the park. So we hopped back in the car and drove to the trailhead. This was supposed to be a 2 mile walk with about an 800 foot gain in elevation. We thought we could handle it. Well, some of us thought wrong. The first part of the trail was up and down and up and down. Then at about the half-way point, it just went up and up ...
... At least it was up hill first. When we made it to Emerald Lake, we found a large rock next to the water and had our lunch. Before we headed back, Gabe went for a walk around the lake up and over all the rocks. It was windy and when the sun was behind a cloud it was cold. I was glad when Gabe returned so I could start moving and warm up. We headed back down the mountain to the bus stop. We really enjoyed the long hike up into the snowcapped mountains. After we made it ...