Mount Elbert Lodge

Address: 10764 Hwy 82, Twin Lakes, Colorado, 81251, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 10764 Hwy 82, Twin Lakes.
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    Travel Blogs from Twin Lakes

    Lakeview Campground--Taylor Lake, CO

    A travel blog entry by cconoly on Jul 30, 2015

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    ... Matt, Morgan, & the Hartleys. Brings back great memories! This is big ATV country and we must have been passed by a million 4-wheelers on that dusty road. Weldon wore a face mask and I rode most of the way with my eyes shut--to save my ...

    A Lucky (for us) Traffic Jam

    A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jul 28, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... 2 hours on the river. At about the halfway point we questioned our sanity as we jumped into the 40 degree water just for fun. Then onward we went!

    I got the chance to "bull ride," which meant climbing onto the front of the raft, legs hanging over, and holding onto the rope. It was pretty hilarious, especially since it only took me a minute or two before I fell back into the boat.

    We finished our cold, yet hilariously fun rafting trip, then continued ...

    Back to the Cool Country

    A travel blog entry by cconoly on Jul 27, 2015

    5 photos

    Monday--We left Lathrop State Park this morning and had a 5 hour drive through the Colorado back country. It was a beautiful ride through the mountains with only one pass to contend with. We'll be spending the next 10 days here at Taylor Lake, about 30 miles north of Gunnison. We're roughing it in a sense because we only have electricity and the ...

    National Geographic Photographers Workshop

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 10, 2015

    15 photos

    ... suggestions on how to improve it… not always gently, but right on target. It was clear we were in for several days of hard work.

    Just how hard that was going to be was multiplied by several things: all pictures were to be taken on “Manual” settings, not “Automatic”… we were going back to the old days of film cameras using our modern-day digital ones- light meters, film speeds, ...

    Day of Exploring

    A travel blog entry by papabearconboy on Jun 26, 2014

    12 photos

    ... 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 ...