Mount Elbert Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... magpie nature though.
One surprise for us though was the playing field opposite our hotel. Mind you it was covered in snow but did appear to have Rugby goalposts! They looked like rugby posts but in Aspen? Didn't make any sense so today we went searching and found the 'Gentlemen of Aspen Rugby Club'. It was officially formed in 1967 by Steve Shurlock, an Englishman who noticed that Aspen, a traditional skiing town, had a ...
... gate and was DNQ. We caught up with her at the finish area and although disappointed, she knew she would learn from the experience. She certainly has a beautiful smile and I am sure she will continue to follow her dream. Greta is supported financially by her family and sponsorship is minimal so please like her on facebook as this will greatly increase her chances of gaining meaningful sponsorship.
Our complimentary lunch today was Tomato and Basil Soup, Green Chilli ...
World Cup Ladies Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom
We were up early and ready for this. A beautiful bluebird day. A hot breakfast and then all rugged up in our winter gear to walk/clamber up to the grandstand to watch today's action. We had been looking forward to this day for some months. The All American Family from Wisconsin (Greg, Hope and their children Maya and Fritz) whom we met yesterday, joined us in the ...
Room with a View!
When I opened my eyes this morning it was an OMG moment. I was looking at Shadow Mountain and the Slopes of Aspen. Unreal! It was a bluebird day and we were looking at the World Cup course. Couldn't ask for anything better than that.
After breakfast we walked up to check out the World Cup course. As it was, the skiers were having their familiarisation of the course so we ...
... 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 ...