Ute Trail Motel
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I was so pleasantly surprised with the price and the comfortableness and the decor and the whole experience. This is a great place and what a motel should be.
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My alternative hike was on the other (eastern) side of the Fraser Valley, the hike to The Devil’s Thumb along the Continental Divide in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. The Devil’s Thumb is a tall rock that juts up near the top of the ridge far from any similar formations and can be seen from miles around. I’ve been on hikes in the valleys of the east side of the Divide in the region but had not done one from the west.
The drive to ...
... for me. The trail starts at 9,000ft above sea level and goes up to 10,600 feet. I didn't know if I'd have the legs or lungs for such a hike at that altitude, but I had to try!
The weekend came and a window opened Sunday to go to Rocky Mountain National Park. I'd head the parking lot at Glacier Gorge can fill up quick so I got up at 4am and made the 3 hour drive planning to hit the trail at 7am. It was a beautiful drive from Denver up to the park. First, a full ...
Once at the top 12,000 feet, Trevor's head is pounding and he is miserable. Motrin and water are not helping so he sleeps down the mountain. We are on the other side going to Hot Sulphur Springs. The town hosts a natural hot spring. It was not what I expected although it was a relaxing pool ...
Woke up to a beautiful sunny blue sky, with the ground outside all frosted white - even the water pipe connected to the 5th wheel was frozen solid. We hopped in the truck and went to a different part of the Rocky Mountain National Park today. The first walk we did was at a place called 'Alluvial Fan' - an area where a dam burst in 1982 sending a massive (29 million gallons!) flash flood pummelling down the mountain side, sweeping huge boulders and trees in a huge fan ...
It rained quite heavily during the night and was still drizzling heavily in the morning too. After breakfast we hopped in the truck and the temperature gauge said it was 8 degrees! By the time we got to the town of Estes Park, we realised that there was no way we could go into the mountains without jackets (none of us had any as the weather elsewhere had just been too hot to consider buying any). We stopped at an outlet store - jackets started at $30 ...