The Canyon Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Canyon Motel Hot Sulphur Springs
Go some place else. This place is nothing like it is advertised.
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Winter Park is a large ski resort in the Rocky Mountains, just a 2 hour train ride from Denver. The train makes it easy to get to and you can stay in the town of Fraser or at the resort itself (15 minutes up the road). Fraser is much cheaper than staying at the resort and with a free shuttle on the half hour both are good options. Great for beginners, Winter park has lots of green (beginners) and blue (intermediate) ski slopes. However the ...
... the best motel in the nation. For a very decent price, about half that of rival chain motels in a larger city nearby, we got a whole suite. There are three rooms: a bedroom/living room, a kitchen/bedroom, and a large bathroom with a tub. The beds are moderately comfortable, but with soft, clean linens. The rooms are covered with wood paneling like cabins you might rent in the Nortbwoods. There's a homemade photo of a bull elk above the bed to set the mountain mood. ...
... The natives say it is due to all the standing water that usually isn't here. The only bad part about sulphur springs is you come out smelling like rotten eggs, but they swear they are healing waters. After showering away the egg we got back to the campsite we loaded up on bug spray and played cards outside until we were chased inside by yet another thunderstorm. Not much more to tell about this spot on our trip...it was brief.
... it was easily in the lower 30s. It was slightly snowing, but the sun was out. I figured it would get warmer and set out.
I got about a half mile into the trail when I came across a fork in the trail and I saw something that told me for the first time just how deep the snow was. Right were the trails met was a sign guiding hikers which way to go to see certain things. Normally this sign would be standing anywhere from waist to chest high on a hiker. I was standing over ...
... 110 degrees. They had a couple of other smaller pools but it was kinda stinky (duh, sulpher pools) and just too small. I thought the pools would be bigger and more natural looking. And besides the color of the water and the floating sulpher just unnerved me! We won't need to visit them ...