BEST WESTERN Canon City
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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. ...
... bridge that crosses this very steep, narrow canyon, and the maximum security prison. We toured the first, skipped the second and called it a day as black clouds gave rain to large raindrops.
The Royal Gorge is called the “Grand Canyon of the Arkansas River.” The gorge has been carved over millions of years and is only 50-feet wide at the floor. We viewed the gorge from the top, walking along the bridge that is suspended some 1,053-feet ...
... of her freezer so that's what we had for dinner. It was perfect because we were wet and cold. We had a good laugh looking at the pictures and Go-Pro videos and realized how lucky we are to be able to do what we did today. Good time in a great place with good company. Doesn’t get any better than this.
We are headed out on Highway 50 West tomorrow. Our goal is the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ...
... br> We took a ride to a couple of areas where we could see the gorge and the bridge. This is beautiful country. We went to the rafting company and reserved our trip for tomorrow and then we rode into CanÚn City. We went to the old historical area of town and walked around the town. I felt like we had been transported to the 50’s. It is an old Main Street with a ton of small businesses. There were a few bars and restaurants, a ...
... the sanctuary brought in tourism to the town.
Gwen and Richard live about 30 minutes from town at the base of Dora Mountain. Although they drive to Canon City and Pueblo for services, they do not seem to mind. I can see why. Their drives take them through beautiful scenery and they come back to their sanctuary above the valley.
My space at the Grape Creek RV Park excellent. I had a stunning view of ...