Valley Hi Motel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Valley Hi Motel Winter Park
Travel Blogs from Winter Park
... the rest of Colorado and clear across Kansas into Missouri where we have a place to stay. So, we are taking today to update the blog and have a little fun before we embark on what will most likely be the most boring part of the trip. Now, if you will excuse me, I have some bowling to do.
Take care all!
NOTE: Now, I have uploaded pictures to this blog, but they are a bit out of order so please bear with me. Next time I do not think that will happen again. Thanks, enjoy!
... out at the peak and did the 20 min walk up to the top but we were not really prepared for the 0 degrees environment and we did not stay up there long. When we got back to the car we all tried to warm back up before driving back down the peak.....really glad Steve was driving. We stopped at a fantastic cafe in Georgetown for lunch which served the ...
... recovery for me and allowed me to appreciate where I was, as opposed to a cardio session. But still the climb went. I stopped next to a girl also doing the climb as she rested and I admired the view of the town below.
"Im not ready for this climb" she said to me.
"There can't be much more to go" I said confidently, seeing the mountain peak not too far up the track. But typically, whenever you are climbing a mountain, and you think you're near the top, ...
If you've ever talked with me, you know that I'm overdue for an adventure. Ever since my pre-teen years, I've desired to go somewhere whether it's helping someone somewhere or just going for a vacation. I've been blessed to have gone to many places and supported by my family each time. Now it's a whole new adventure and i've decided to go alone.
Only a month ago, i was sitting on the balcony pews upset and crying, praying for purpose and adventure. Sneaking ...
... you will have no choice but to force a descend.
My plane fortunately has TKS, which is a fluid that weeps out on the wing and deflects ice. I was comfortable with flying into a little ice because I knew it was not likely to exist for more then an hour (and I have anti-icing capabilities).
I said my goodbyes (again) to everyone at the airport, and then took off. For any pilots out there, my route and power settings were as ...