Mount Elbert Lodge
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... snow and worked on my powder technique. Powder is not my strong point, as I rarely get to ski any, so having a lesson on a powder was a great experience.
I had lunch at Venga Venga. The salsa was nice, with a smoked taste. The nachos were also very good.
After lunch I skied off Sam’s Knob and Campground lifts. Lower Slot had nobody on it! I love empty runs, but this was almost eery. If not for all the tracks ...
... if not use to the higher attitude...The drive up to Independence Pass was very scenic and scary with no guardrails along the road...Forbes Magazine named this Pass one of "America's Prettiest Fall Drives!"It was not Fall, but it did show it's beauty with many 13,000 foot peaks that ringed the passage..Wildflowers were abundant and many small mountain streams and ponds added to this historic byway...We all were concerned with the deep overhangs ...
... arms and invited us for dinner at a reserve table and the large TV tuned to ESPN and the game at 6:00 pm....We had a wonderful dinner that included steak for the girls and I had the house special of Wild Game Meatloaf that consisted of buffalo, elk, and moose meat..Very tasty! Finished dinner and stayed at the bar watching the baseball game..Andy, the bartender was very pleasant and a huge Detroit baseball fan so we hit it off great...Disappointing ...
... the nearest one to Denver I haven’t summited, so for those reasons the peak’s been high on my list to "bag".
Mount Massive is located in the Sawatch Range just west of Leadville and thoroughly dominates the view in that direction, a gigantic whaleback with numerous sub-peaks that gives it a very different appearance from other peaks in the area, including the slightly taller Mount Elbert (highest in the ...
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 ...