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

          Strike three and I'm out...

          A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 20, 2015

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... wordpr _repair/

          So let’s recap here: we have a patched up water tank, levellers and tip-outs that don’t work properly, altitude sickness that is causing me a lot of grief and a pair of cats that are driving me nuts. Yeah, time to call it quits. I tell Guenther that it is time to go home, he is not happy (neither am I) but we agree to pack up and head ...

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

          A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 25, 2014

          25 photos

          ... 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

          ... side of the lobby as well. The rooms have also been spruced up. They now have striped carpets, white bed linens, new bathroom fixtures, new furniture and flat screen televisions.

          I unpacked my things and then went out for a walk. Around 4pm, I received a call on my cell phone from the luggage service the airlines use and they had my bag and were on the way to the Sheraton to drop it off. This was good news, so I was able to enjoy my evening worry free. I walked to ...

          Nothing fun is easy

          A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Aug 21, 2008

          ... that I have ridden hard and now need about 50 miles a day to finish, compared to the 60 I started off with. I have now pretty much planned every day to the border, so have stuff to aim for. I will be riding between 30 and 80 miles a day, but not taking any rest days. Given the way the motels fall, I will be leaving quite a lot to do in my final week. That's a risk, but then if worst comes to the worst I will throw caution to the wind at the end. I will not try and give ...

          Last day and Renee's arrival

          A travel blog entry by hlminer on Sep 23, 2007

          10 photos

          Today we all woke to deep clean the kitchen. It involved chemicals I didn't know existed and lots of scrubbing. We cleaned till about 1:30, had pizza and then headed to move a few things around the ranch. I finished up the work day around 3, took a quick shower and headed to Denver, CO to pick up Renee at a friend of hers house. We sat and talked with them about an hour and then began our adventure. Due to my ...