Coyote Mountain Lodge
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- Hot tub
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Coyote Mountain Lodge Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... adjacent to visitor center which is 12,005 ft elevation. Last time I was at that elevation was 3 years ago down in eastern Sierra's. We could see 360 degree view of some 13,000 ft and almost 14k peaks. It was still early in the season and, while there were clouds, the temps were high enough for us not to worry about snow. And there was no snow on the high peaks yet. But we could feel the weather changing and the fall colors were at their peak. ...
... mountain into Horseshoe Valley (the spot where we started our tour of the park last night). So far, no wildlife to speak of, but the infinite vistas make up for that. (For those of you unfamiliar with the park, here is the park map. We were basically down in the southeastern part of the park today.) This was The Sublime part of the day.
We were both pretty tired from some long driving days and some late nghts, so we decided ...
Today we went into the Rocky Mountain National Park again, for our third trip along the Trail Ridge Road. We had no great plans to get across the top this time, but wanted to see the wildlife and give our little cousins: Isla (5) and Miles (3) their first 'snow experience'. It was hard for Oscar and Astrid to imagine that their cousins had never seen snow, with our own regular trips ...
... 8230;..and it was COLD! This time I came prepared with winter coats, and layers on, but next time I will remember sunscreen and snow boots. There’s nothing that seems crueler than letting a southern child go out to a snow field in Colorado, and then screaming at them to come back so that their only pair of shoes doesn’t get wet. Will and I gave 110%252525 on the drive up to divert the kid’s attention from “sudden death off of a cliff” ...
... from who knows where. India perhaps??? Our bus driver and guide, Darcy, was extremely knowledgable and hardly stopped talking to take a breath the entire day. Apart from his monotone voice and bad jokes, he was a pretty good rooster. We headed off in the direction of Rocky Mountain National Park and were told by our driver that the road was currently closed due to ice. He was confident that by the time we reached there it would be open however. We all had our fingers ...