The Rocky Mountain Chalet

Address: 15 County Road 72, Fraser, Colorado, 80442, United States | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 15 County Road 72, Fraser, is near Winter Park Resort, Winter Park Visitor Center, Grand Adventure Balloon Tours, and Pole Creek Golf Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Rocky Mountain Chalet Fraser

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Travel Blogs from Fraser

Boulder

A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 19, 2014

10 photos

... Up and up. Clambering over this rocky staircase. I was aware of how hard I was breathing, and my heart was going nuts, but not from the climb itself, as soon as the headaches set in I knew it definitely was altitude. All I needed to do was stop for a few minutes, take some deep breaths and my body would settle to it's normal rhythm. I knew I had to manage this as the air would only get thinner as I climbed. As I ascended I took the time to admire the view, this ...

Chicago to boulder

A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Sep 26, 2013

11 photos

... buttes. One of the most amazing things about this area of the country is that you can see weather coming from miles away. We would watch a thunderstrom raging off in the distance and not actually get any rain for a couple of hours. not so many buffalo to see here, or animals whatsoever. Just the expansive land to take in for viewing pleasure. after the first day it rained and we drove through the park to take in the whole park and read the educational billboards posted ...

Take It To The Limit One More Time

A travel blog entry by lifecycles on Jul 16, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... I decided that I didn't want to carry them in my jersey pocket. Since most of the aid stations are off on the side of the road you find yourself walking around in dirt and gravel which are not compatible with cleats.
I will mention that the aid stations were well stocked so no issues with having to carry a lot of food around with you so after refueling we started the descent. Pretty quickly we began to hit speeds of 30 mph and higher. Many people ...

Front Range Foray

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Oct 01, 2012

7 comments

... effectively, can lead to serious engine issues), we got to work in researching and contacting mechanics. Turns out that it was a job we might be able to pull off, but missteps could have pretty dire consequences.

Turns out that there is just the man for our job in Golden, CO - a mere hour from Boulder. Dennis, an articulate and ...

Devil's Thumb Hike, Indian Peaks Wilderness

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 05, 2012

31 photos

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My alternative hike was on the other (eastern) side of the Fraser Valley, the hike to The Devil’s Thumb along the Continental Divide in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. The Devil’s Thumb is a tall rock that juts up near the top of the ridge far from any similar formations and can be seen from miles around. I’ve been on hikes in the valleys of the east side of the Divide in the region but had not done one from the west.

The drive to ...