Trail Riders Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrail Riders Motel Granby
I was greeted by Joe and once I told him my name he remembered I was the cyclist that talked to his wife. He is very accomodating and friendly, told us about the ice, and morning bagels, fruits etc. Clean, and very comfortable for the 3 of us, we liked that it had a seperate bedroom....and was very cozy.
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... on road side till we came to a point where the trail ridge road itself was closed. Even though I was forewarned about the snow, I was a tad bit disappointed on not covering the entire stretch of that drive.
As we made our way back we took a detour to boulder and drove via the peak to peak highway, yet another a scenic driveway. No vehicles on the road meant that we could drive by slowly and enjoy the view. ...
... several interesting stores.
Larry: Steamboat Springs was way funky. We explored several shops and galleries. One gallery had about 20 paintings of this one woman in many cowboy motifs with various symbols like cows, boots, cornstalks, eggs, horses, dogs, etc.
We departed Steamboat Springs separately because we had to climb Rabbit Ears Pass at 15 miles per hour in a driving rain storm. I'm sure you can ...
... set out along the Ute Trail, but it took us quite awhile to catch up. I'd say we caught about half the talk, which was enough to inform us that the marmots hibernate, and so spend their summers eating everything in sight to bulk up for the long winter's nap, while the Pika (America's smallest rabbit, and one with little round ears like a giant mouse) do not hibernate, and so spend their summers building hay piles to eat all winter. He also told ...
... walk. We all made it back to Odie slightly winded and climbed in, determined to explore the rest of the park. Our next stop was the Alpine Visitor Center which, as it turned out, is the highest Visitor Center in the National Park Service at over 12,000 feet. What was interesting and unique about this park and the high elevation at which we found ourselves, was the rolling, green tundra of the tops. Both Jess and Tim had pictured the tops to be more craggy and severe (after ...
... of my closest friends. It had been a couple years since I had been to Estes Park, so driving down the final descent into the valley brought uncontrolled smiles and laughs. I even clapped a few times at the rush of memories that flooded my mind.
The hostel was almost fully booked both nights I was there. Late the first afternoon I was there, I was sitting on the balcony couch playing guitar. Three people, including a cute-looking redhead, walked down the ...