Holiday Inn Express Montrose
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... we watched a little bit of the Little League American Championship. Then we took a ride to see the Black Canyon. This is a fairly new National Park. It was dedicated in 1999. There is no evidence that there was ever any human occupation in the gorge not even by the Ute Indians living in the area. It is called the Black Canyon because it is so deep, so sheer, and so narrow that very little sunlight can penetrate it. Actually, we learned the difference between ...
... facility and we sampled
several, but our favorite was the outdoor 5 foot deep pool, the temperature of the water was near 103 degrees, and it felt great. A dinner out at a local restaurant specializing in Costa Rican food topped off the day. Centennial R.V. Park has been a very nice campground, from the views of the mountains to the large camp sites; it is definitely a place we would recommend.
... Banos, Ecuador
8. Hiking the Narrows, Zion National Park, USA
9. Visiting Badlands, USA
10. Trekking the Salkantay, Peru
11. Visiting a camel ranch in the Negev Desert, Israel
... and then decide where to go from there;
2) stay in Colorado a few more days and then head west;
3) stay in Colorado the rest of our trip as this is one awesome place to hang out!
Ruling out Option #1, we got on the road headed north back to Montrose, with a tentative goal to go back 'round the mountains to Lake City, then rent a ...
This morning we headed north out of Montrose and up on top of Grand Mesa. Grand Mesa is the world's highest flat top mountain with an average elevation of 10,000 feet and almost 3 million acres. When you think of mesa, you think of desert. Wrong, it is covered with a regular forest, has over 300 lakes and is covered by ...