Timber Ridge Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We leave our Super 8 hotel at Williams at just after 6am - no breakfast! We were too early for them!
It is a cloudy cool morning and within 30 miles we enter the grand Canyon National park and encounter a few deer on the side of the road before our first stop on the south rim of the canyon.This is the first time I have seem the Grand Canyon and for me it was awe inspiring - it made you feel so insignificant. We took loads ...
... Ouray is the home of MacGyver’s grandfather, Harry. The town is used as a backdrop for the first-season episode, “Target MacGyver.”
- The opening scene in the movie, Over the Top, with Sylvester Stallone, runs straight through downtown Ouray. The movie was universally panned, but you can still click here to watch the film's Ouray scene.
- And, Coors and Chevrolet have both ...
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Million Dollar Highway is south of Ouray on Rte 550. You leave Ouray at 7000 feet and immediately begin to climb to over 11,000 feet. The road out and up is a series of switchbacks where the passenger has a great view but the driver better pay attention to the road. As you will see from the pictures it named because of its ...
... area. We passed lots of fields of flowers. However, unlike Brown Mountain and Yankee Boy Basin, most of these meadows seemed to each have primarily one type of flower in them: yellows, whites, blues, and dark purples were the most common. At some points in the road, we had perfect views of Black Bear road climbing up the mountainside directly across the valley from us. We also saw the huge waterfalls we had seen close up. However, from ...
... were beautiful, but the view was made even better by the deer standing in the flowers! We watched and took pictures for quite a while.
After Brooklyn Pass, it was still light enough to drive another jeep trail, so we chose one of our favorites: Brown Mountain! The past two years, the meadow at the end of this drive has been filled with wildflowers, including Columbines! We were hoping ...