BristleCone Lodge

Address: 510 State Highway 67, Woodland Park, Colorado, 80863, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 510 State Highway 67, Woodland Park, is near Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, Cascade Falls Trail, Team Telecycle, and Pikes Peak Outfitters.
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    Travel Blogs from Woodland Park

    Cousin's Oregon Trip

    A travel blog entry by rodeyo1 on Sep 05, 2015

    6 photos

    Cousins Nick L., Jeff U., and Rob Y. are taking an epic motorcycle tour of Oregon. I am Rob. We will be traveling during the first two weeks of September 2015. I will leave Monument Colorado on September 05, 2015 and heading to another cousin's house, Fane B., in Spanish Forks, Utah. Day two, I will be riding to Ontario, Oregon. The third ...

    Pikes Peak and Manitou Springs

    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 10, 2014

    ... Managed to get 50 minutes up the top before heading back down where we saw some marmots and squirrels. Saw some humming birds at the train station before we left and some deer crossed the tracks on our way up. Must admit I did feel the effects of the altitude when you moved quickly... Took your brain a bit to catch up and a bit tingly on the fingertips but otherwise ok. Rob picked us up and took us back down ...

    Birthday bouncing

    A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on Jun 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and I). Then it was back in the car for 5 more hours until we arrived at Santa Fe.

    We stayed at El Rey Inn, a Tripadvisor find, which was a really nice motel on the old Route 66. It was just what we needed: clean rooms and great hot tub (needed because the pool was green!), lovely Spanish inspired outdoor decorations and really pretty outdoor space. As I ...

    The beautiful Colorado

    A travel blog entry by leilapaulrtw on Jul 12, 2013

    27 photos

    ... town called No Name (not kidding) it has been a great source of entertainment for us reading town names. We didnt expect the road would follow a river made canyon so deep that you can hardly see out of the top of the gorge. On the river floor they had managed to fit two carrigeways and a railway. Very clever engineering. We winded through tunnels and at one point the roads (either directions) piggy backed each other in order to fit in the ever decreasing canyon. It was spectacular! ...

    Onward and upward we went

    A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on May 15, 2012

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    ... up the longest 4 miles and busy traffic.... Got in around 4:30 and I ws so glad to see him and Lou.....We went to the back yard and had water and rested while Lou fixed us Spaghetti just want we always want after a 55 mile day....Katy went ot stay with a friend that also lives there only 2 1/2 miles from my brother.

    Then I told Monty about a few things on the van that I was concerned about and he fixed them right ...