Vista Verde Guest Ranch

58000 Cowboy Way, Clark, Colorado, 80428, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 58000 Cowboy Way, Clark, is near Elk River Guest Ranch.
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    Travel Blogs from Clark

    Jim Jeffries Quotes

    A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Sep 12, 2014

    ... the devil’s being the bigger man and saying I’m not even going to comment, talking **** about me like that.

    Here’s the thing about people who believe in God: they’re ******* stupid.

    The bible should say one thing. Try not to be a ...

    Flat Tops Trail to Steamboat Springs

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Aug 19, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... seem to be a series of swimming pools filled with hot water from near by springs, mostly located in developed/urban areas. Strawberry is a delightful exception. Located a 20-minute drive down a steep, narrow dirt road, it is set in a very natural setting. It offers a series of stone enclosed pools with sand bottoms, each slightly cooler than the preceding. An extra treat was the thunder and intermittent rain showers while we soaked.

    Making the most out of Steamboat

    A travel blog entry by czematis on Jan 12, 2010

    12 photos

    ... of us decided to enjoy the relaxing heat of the Strawberry Park Hot Springs ( 05/). The pools were perfect temperature and well designed, the view was spectacular and the drive to and from the hot springs was fun especially with seeing Caribou on the side of the road.
    My last day, my older brother's girlfriend, Morgan, and I decided to get a bit of an adrenaline ...

    Eve before departing for home

    A travel blog entry by hlminer on Sep 22, 2007

    69 photos

    ... both occurred on different days. The staff and the owners of the ranch split up into groups of riding capability and I was actually put in a group with decent riders. We had to put a lot of trust in the horses due to not really having much eye sight ourselves, so when we loped through the meadow with the moon casting shadows through the forest - you can say it was a little exhilarating, especially ...

    Caleb's perfect view!

    A travel blog entry by completelykate on Sep 13, 2007

    11 photos

    ... we began to climb..sort of a rocky slope that my horse (named 'arapahoe' by the way) took like a champ! so steady those beasts can be! :) by the time we reached the top of the mountain the day was glorious! a gentle breeze greeted us at the peak along with the most beautiful silence you can imagine! so surreal! :) i found a comfy rock, took a bit of a nap while kim and caleb sat with the dogs and horses and chatted for awhile. i awoke seeking a little adventure on foot, ...