Monarch Mountain Lodge
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- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Indoor pool
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... rain had all but stopped. Change of plan: we're pushing on. Would we live to regret it? Well, yes and no. The climb remained at an easy gradient for the whole way, and we were sheltered from the wind by the alley of aspens we were climbing through. Apart from the last mile or so, the surface was also pretty good: muddy and slippery in places, but nothing like the drive chain jamming cement of yesterday. What did happen though was the snow storm. It started out as hail ...
Day 44. Friday 26th September. Kremmling to Heaton Bay Campground. Colorado dished up another beautiful day which included the stunning Williams Fork Reservoir and the best pass on the whole route so far in Ute Pass (9524ft), which was followed by the best descent. 53 miles made it a fairly long day, but the riding was mostly mellow and moderate. The climb up to Ute Pass resembled an Alpine road climb in its steady gradient and smooth surface, but fortunately it was fairly short at ...
We got up and headed for CO as early as we could muster in the cold, and it was cold! Foggy, very heavy mist, which probably would've been freezing rain if were 4-5 deg. colder. Snow flurries were in the area and we found out later it was a severe cold snap that came through just as we did, setting record low temperatures for this time of year. We found a café to eat some breakfast and get hot coffee in ...
All good fun here. Now that we're in the Colorado mountains temperatures are much more pleasant. After Canyonlands NP (UT) & then Colorado NM (near Grand Junction) we thought we were over canyons but Black Canyon of the Gunnison was quite different - steep sided, hard black rock rather than ...
... for ramen and wanted to ask a billion questions for advice on biking across the country. I was shaky, tired, and just wanted to eat lunch. Luckily, Kirsty sort of took over the Q&A. This is one of the advantages of traveling with other people. It took 4 hours to get to the top and 15 minutes to get down. Chris clocked me at 45mph and pulling away. The road was so smooth with no traffic so I could take the lane. This was so much fun! ...