BEST WESTERN Canon City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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... south toward Wetmore and then east into the Wet Mountains toward Hardscrabble Pass, TD was realizing that the sun was setting faster than she could pedal... maybe her stop at the hot springs was a little too luxurious. Fortunately, Kim, a wonderful woman from Westcliffe had similar thoughts about my situation and pulled over to see if I wanted a ride. Hallelujah! She took me to Mark and Lyn's house in Silver Cliff where I had a great stay. ...
... through Cripple Creek, we turned onto the Shelf Road byway. Appropriately named, this narrow, twisting dirt road sits on a narrow "shelf" above a rushing stream. Once a toll road connecting Cripple Creek and Victor, another former mining community, the Shelf Road provides a 25-mile scenic alternative to highway travel between Cripple Creek and Canon City.
Canon City is at the junction of the Shelf Road and Highway 50. Its claim to fame is the Royal ...
We woke up to a cool cloudy day. Karen made us breakfast this morning and then we took a long walk with the 2 dogs up the hill by the campground. After breakfast, we got in the Jeep and took a drive behind the campground to the river. We drove in a very isolated area on a dirt road up and down through the canyon. It was an awesome ride with beautiful views. We parked the Jeep and walked a trail down to the river. ...
... over 300 along here to choose from. On our way out I was speeding 20 miles over and a cop pulled me over and asked me where I was from and then he just gave me a verbal warning and said "you just got saved from a $180 ticket" haha! I think because it's to much paper work for overseas travelers. We drove till a bit before dark and camped amongst big cliffs which was really pretty and ...
Today I got to ride along the Arkansas River which gave me a slight downhill advantage. That advantage was taken away by a 15 MPH head wind which was frustrating. At least I had a good view of the river. At one point the road turned away from the river and I had to climb 5 miles up to a peak overlooking Canon City. ...