No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Rondo Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Rondo Motel Golden
Travel Blogs from Golden
After going back down the ski-lift we then got a gondola to go up to 7,700ft and near to the summit of the mountain. From here we had amazing panoramic views stretching as far as the Rocky Mountains and the Columbia River Wetlands. Once at the top we set off on a ridge walk to Terminator and Terminator 2 - two summits along the ridgeline. The path was pretty steep in places and had a lot of loose rock but did offer great views over both sides of the ridge. We ...
... and realised that I had accidentally covered a nearby candle with the napkin and yes, it's true, I had set fire to the bread basket! We pretended not to notice and scuttled away without mentioning it! It was very chilly back in the cabin and a marvellous excuse to light the log fire which was soon roaring and crackling in the grate. It warmed the place up really quickly and we fell asleep to the sounds and smells of the fire with the flames ...
We grab some hot beverages and back on the road to Golden BC.
We stop briefly to view Tunnel Mountain. This area hasa view onto the mountain where tunnels have been built to allow safe passage of trains through a particularly steep mountain area that at ...
... the end of the hike up. Snow and mountains. Could have gone further into the snow but seemed a little pointless considering it was cold..... And didn't know where to go. Then we waited for the boys to come back. On the way back along the road we saw some mountain goat sheepy things. With big horns. So... Tis tipping it down again. Glad I'm sleeping in a wagon tonight! Should be good. ...
... of Glacier and Yoho national parks in 1886, the country's second and third national parks after Banff was established in 1885.· Rogers Pass National Historic Site is a large cultural landscape at the heart of Glacier National Park - a situation that is unusual in the Canadian national park system. Parks Canada staff must actively manage natural processes in order to protect and stabilize in situ cultural resources (eg: removal of new vegetation growth to prevent disruption of stone ruins)