Travel Blogs from Gunnison
... when we arrived. A cute dog kept following us around while we unpacked out bikes. A great end to a wonderful day. We only rode 400 km today, because we took our time and stopped a few times for sight seeing. We plan to go to the Arches in Utah tomorrow before heading down south to Buckeye, Arizona. I just posted some pics for yesterday and today. I may try to post a video layer from my helmet ...
Spent Wednesday in Crested Butte, a skiing town about an hour away from the cabin. Fun artsy town, great shops and restaurants
... a cute artsy town for more provisions. We plan to stay for a while to decompress from constant driving and sightseeing.
Pictures of our amazing drive to Kate's:
The family cabin is in a small valley surrounded ...
... trail map that said the nearest town was 2-3 days ride away or possibly a 3-4 day walk and no mobile signal. We wouldn't be riding at least one bike. We had food and if we had to we could have abandoned the bikes and hiked out. We were both OK but it would have been an ignominious end to the trip. It was also chastening to think how far off the beaten track we were. However, best not to panic and Fit Bro set to work and using a chain tool and some rocks we broke ...
... for an ultra-marathon endurance athlete. Possibly one that had been bulking up for the 6 consecutive marathons across the Rockies that started the next day, but possibly they were just being polite or assumed I was in a more supportive, coaching role. Out last supper was a brew pub: chilli cheese burger for me (choice of endurance athletes the world over) and elk burger for fit bro. Setting off into mountains tomorrow. Fat ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed