Holiday Inn Express Montrose - Townsend
Travel Blogs from Montrose
After work, I drove up to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison visitor center and looked down into the canyon. The visitor center had closed for the day, I walked around it to Gunnison Point and Old Gunnison Point. Gunnison Point was roped off due to snow, but the views were still awesome. Driving back to Montrose, I stopped for the sunset.
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6. Imperial Palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Beijing and Shenyang
7. The Great Wall
8. Classical Gardens of Suzhou
9. Old Town of Lijiang
10. Summer ...
Tom told us about this place. They had just visited it for the first time earlier in the summer. This place must be the best kept secret of the national park service.
It is a long, narrow canyon cut by the Gunnison River. It is so deep that in places ...
A light breakfast and we were again off early. It was a crisp start to the day keeping us fresh on our mountain journey. We passed Twin Lakes and then headed to Aspen, we were often high in the altitude crossing and stopping to take in some amazing high passes. Colleen felt a little unwell, possible attitude sickness, it took its toll on her and had to rest up on a bench in Aspen. After ...
... the canyon wall has green shrubs on the ground that do not stop until the edge is sloped over. If you mistakenly believe you are safe walking on the regular ground, you may quickly find yourself in a free fall.
Each pullout leads to a hike with incredibly beautiful vistas. A canyon that feels so formidable and unforgiving leaves us with a feeling of unquiet, untouchable beauty and perhaps some places on earth should be held as ...