Sundance Trail Guest & Dude Ranch
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Red Feather Lakes
... wilderness and nature is respected and the majority of people don't manage to reach. 10 miles may well prove not to be enough, reliably, which means some hard work ahead, a I think.
We returned to Estes Park via the Moraine Elk Viewing Area. There are a number of roads where the elk can be easily seen from the road and pull outs specially designed to help the visitor to do this. Some ...
Then we drove to the KOA, where we spent the night. We rented a cute little cabin with a full-size bed and bunk beds, no bathrooms, and it was nice to have a bed to sleep on, and not have to set up our tent in the dark, and we both had a good night's sleep before it was back to Armarillo, as the trip comes full-circle.
... joking about it. The trip up was spectacular. We saw mountains goats, yellow bellied marmots, and awesome views the entire trip. After the 1 hour and 15 minute trip we reached the summit. As we exited the train I suddenly felt as though I had made a stop at one of the famous dispensaries in town. To say that I was light headed was a bit of an understatement. I was just plain stupid from the altitude. I honestly felt like I could pass out. So much for making fun of ...
... trout from a pond that was stocked at the start of the season. The boys caught a fish each, in about 20 minutes. Olav's was a Golden trout hybrid and was a very unnatural colour - dayglo yellow. Oscar's was a rainbow trout. They both tasted good and Oscar was quite charitable - "at least we caught ...
... there the next
We travelled south into Idaho
once we left west Yellowstone through the Gallatin National Forest crossing the
continental divide (for the 4th time?) and came upon the State Park
which was an rv campground on a lake in a treeless dry hillside. We asked the
attendant at the gate if she knew of any more campgrounds in the area; told her we hoped to go to red rocks lake nwr and it