- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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... rough around the edges compared say to Tahoe City. The most notable thing that day in Crested Butte was that the main street through town had been painted blue. Budweiser had made a deal with the city for a promotional event and parade the day before. I guess blue is their color. We were sorry that we had passed up the chance to see Black Canyon National ...
... cliff tops. To get water the residents had to climb down to springs. Their farms were on the top if the cliff. The houses were very secure, built into the shady crevices of the cliffs like fortresses. There is evidence that they used to live above the cliffs in pithouses. These are large circular holes about three feet deep. These holes were covered with poles and adobe. They mysteriously moved to the cliff walls in the 12th century, perhaps in response to the invasion ...
... He served us tortillas and a plate of veggies under our rainfly. It was so delicious! What a treat! It was so nice of him. Tonight was the first night I could see my breath and needed to actually zip up my sleeping bag. We're pretty high in elevation. I'm hoping that I'll be acclimated by the morning, because we will be tackling Monarch Pass. I'm excited and nervous about how my body will ...
... at 6mph. I was still feeling lousy from the altitude, so I was happy to have the ride. The driving construction worker had a lazy eye and talked with a deep, gravelly, drunken-sounding slur. He helped my bike down and was astonished by the weight. My back pannier broke off in the hustle, so our group took a break on the side of the road while I repaired and readjusted it with Chris' tools. Another cyclist rode up on the back of the pilot truck, and I joked that ...
... let alone these hig beasts filly loaded. We came across a coiple of guys one who had yhe dront tyre ripped off. Stange as he was on a KTM 900, spoked wheels and tubeless tyres. A load of tyre swaler and compressed air and job done. We went only a little way and the hail and rain started. ....not nice on a steep mountain. The hancock pass ...