BristleCone Lodge

Address: 510 State Highway 67, Woodland Park, Colorado, 80863, United States | Inn
 
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Location

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

    9/11

    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 11, 2014

    Woke up to a stunning day again ... Rob picked us up and we headed over to Garden of the Gods. We stopped at a carpark which overlooked the park and took some photos while admiring the scenery ... We also stopped in at the visitor centre before we parked the car and went out for a walk amongst the rock formations and then hiked up the road a bit and onto a trail which took ...

    Los Angeles to Colorado Springs (finally)

    A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 07, 2014

    The day started with a wake up call at 2.45am in our hotel room at The Marriott in Los Angeles to get dressed, checked out and on the shuttle to the airport to catch the first of 2 flights this morning to get us to Colorado Springs finally. When we got to the airport this morning we tried to use the self check in but it kept wanting to charge us $167 for our bag to be checked in.... We talked nicely to a United Airlines lady who helped us with ...

    Rocky Mountain Garage Band, Take II

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... yesterday for maintenance and a tine up. Then back to host for dinner; Rally Aly and dinner crew DM'd Chipotle and PF Changs. Delicious. I spent the next while organizing our food bins. I'm now on cooler crew and we're responsible for all our food. Our bins were a disaster so Tay and I went through them. I chugged some water because I'm paranoid about altitude sickness; WE START CLIMBING THE ROCKIES TOMORROW! And now I'm blogging. I think that's about it, y'all. Night night. ...

    A little rain makes a lot of mud!

    A travel blog entry by billandteena on Jul 01, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... Springs, the area of last years Waldo Canyon
    Wildfires. Today we were 30 minutes ahead of a thunderstorm that
    crossed over the burn scar area. It rained on the burn scar for just
    fifteen minutes, dumping only .6 inches of rain. From our campground
    tonight we watch, on TV, news of the flash flooding, mud slides and
    road closings along the route we traveled. After a wildfire, the
    ...

    Rationale and Conclusion

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Mar 20, 2012

    ... don't care where, but as soon as you dictate where and when, you no longer have any control over the price. I'm willing to wager that the majority of Americans pick the where and when..... and then grumble about the price.

    The more that I reflect on how this weekend unfolded, the more I wonder if an airline could market a product around this. Imagine for a moment that an airline could sell a 'mystery trip' ticket whereby ...