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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... at 11,796 ft above sea level) setting in, but we pushed ahead. We all had a hard time making it to the up, at one point I really wanted a cattle prod, and once we all “summited” there was less than little enthusiasm for pictures and celebration. I should have brought some candy. I truly believe that there is nothing wrong with offering sugary bribes for picture posing and hiking – two un-reproducable activities in my opinion. You really ...
... onto Nymph Lake and across the valley so you can appreciate how far up your have come. There is also a nice waterfall area and eventually you come upon the prize of Dream Lake. By this time the wind had kicked up drastically at that level and still overcast the ripples rolled across the lake making tiny reflective waves crashing at its shoreline. We decided to walk around the backside of the lake to see what kind of view we could get. Along the side ...
... created when a lake broke in the mountain and the water spilled down through the valley. Great place for photos.
The Old Fall River Road is a one way narrow, windy road to the visitor center at the top. Elk and marmots are plentiful there. We spent time in the visitor center and gift shop then headed down the mountain. Stopped for a hike at Rock Cut trail.
We had planned to go to Bear Lake. ...
... planner that I am- very organized. The guys were laughing at Amanda's binder of travel info. They turned to me and asked, "Who has a binder with everything in it?" I answered, "You mean like this?" as I pulled out my own travel binder. LOL
Anyway.....while we were in Colorado we did a few fun things. Actually it was a lot of fun! Here are the highlights!
Breweries - Time to fess up. During ...
... regimen). Then I’m stopping and panting like crazy to get enough oxygen—the trail starts at over 8,000 feet and goes up another thousand feet from there. Julie warns me not to overdo it. She’s always telling me that and I either don’t listen to her and do overdo it, or I do listen to her and don’t do enough. Today, I’m not listening to her.
It’s very quiet and we run into just a few people coming down the trail. It is as wild ...
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