Vista Verde Guest Ranch

Address: 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

    Who really needs water???

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 15, 2015

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    ... tells us he can get us a new tank and can install it next week. We tell him we are only here for a couple of days, but will be back on Monday. These guys spend a couple of hours with us, chatting having a coffee. It was quite pleasant to see some friendliness in this part of the country. People here have been quite xenophobic, so it was nice to see a couple of people who could make you feel welcome. This was enough stress for one day so we have some dinner and get to bed. ...

    13.Steamboat to Kremmling (2 days, 77 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... with a sense of desperation, Nadine impressed upon him how wonderful the morning's 'descent' had been. As Nadine paddled in the Colorado River and laid in the shade, Matt sat still, forcing cereal bars and pop tarts into his face (since his scarily skinny state in Pinedale, he's actually packing weight back on). It was going to take something special to get him up and over the next climbs. Fortunately, unlike Wyoming, Colorado delivered. The climbs were ...

    Steamboat Springs

    A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Feb 09, 2009

    ... I got up to the lobby to collect my luggage, they were parked out front waiting. The ride to the ranch was about 45min and the person who picked me up, Zac, I knew from last year, so we talked most of the way there.
    I got to the ranch about 5pm and got checked in. In years past I’ve stayed in one of the rooms in the main lodge, but this year, due to construction that is taking place to expand the lodge (it will be great once it’s done), they were not reserving ...

    Nothing fun is easy

    A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Aug 21, 2008

    ... and locusts. Weather has been more or less dry (other than in Canada and the time I got caught in a big thunder storm whilst on a ridge on top of the divide). It has frozen at night and in the mornings sometimes though. By mid afternoon, it normally gets over 30. The terrain is varied. I am now permanently above 7000 feet, going over 10 occasionally. A couple of 11-12000 foot passes are looming next week. I am climbing a lot every day. On average, I probably push for ...

    Eve before departing for home

    A travel blog entry by hlminer on Sep 22, 2007

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    ... be the first time you let go of the back of the saddle! You never knew if you were going to get clotheslined by a tree or hit a ditch. Apparently, horses have a eye sight than we do in the dark... The next day Kate, Amy and I hiked Hahns Peak. You'll remember that I tried to hike it a while ago, but was unable to find the trail head. It is a 10,839 foot summit. We were treated to a spectacular 360 views ...