TripAdvisor Reviews Alley Cottage Leadville
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On the way back to Greeley, we stopped in Breckinridge bright and early to have some coffee and breakfast sandwiches. Ate at a cozy place on Main Street, on a comfortable couch in front of a fireplace. Perfect way to end our little Colorado getaway. ...
... in the car parks and viewing areas. A Moose grazing near the road not a bit bothered by the viewers, but still no close up encounters with bear. We crossed the Colorado River and saw the may ski resort in the area, many with enough snow to be still operating.
We hit the town of Leadville at about 7pm after a gruelling days ride but it was a great days ride. Finished with a Beer in an 1879 Saloon whist waiting for our Pizzas and that was day 17 done and ...
... Pikes Peak, then we stopped to pick-up a hitch-hiker. A man from
Texas who, it turns out, had visited Sistersville while working for
Union Carbide. On this day he with his two sons, (one married the
other out on his own ) hiked from Manitou Springs to the top of Pikes
Peak along The Barr Trail. The trail is over twelve miles, gaining
over seven thousand feet. They hiked it in less than eight hours. Our
own drive up ...
Camp Hale is located in a valley on the north side of Tennessee Pass between Vail and Leadville and was the spot where the 10th Mountain Division trained during World War II before being deployed to Europe toward the end of the war. They were considered elite ski troops and especially well trained for winter combat in the mountains. Not ...
... relatively flat valleys
between mountain ranges that are high, dry, and frigid. They’re all sparsely
populated and given over mostly to ranching.
I decided to take a drive through the western part of the valley
including the valley’s main town, Fairplay, and then to Weston Pass, a pass
over the range between the South Park and Arkansas Valleys which I also have not
crossed. The scenery on the west side of ...