Cordillera Cottage Club 8

Address: 35 Cottage Circle, Edwards, Colorado, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 35 Cottage Circle, Edwards, is near Freedom Park, Bachelor Gulch Spa, Summit Course at Cordillera, and Vail Valley Cares Thrift Shoppe.
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Travel Blogs from Edwards

Aspen March 2015

A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Mar 19, 2015

... I walked the 2 blocks down Main St to the bus stop to Snowmass. I got off at the Snowmass Mall stop and walked in to the plaza to Four Mountain Sports where I had reserved demo skis. I chose the Nordica Wild Belle in 161 length. Next, I stopped by the ticket office and picked up my lift pass. This year I purchased a Mountain Collective Pass. The Mountain Collective is a consortium of different resorts and purchasing the pass allows you ...

Traveler's Rehab

A travel blog entry by amcbharvey on Feb 10, 2015

6 photos

... to hike across an active volcanic zone or biking around ancient temples.  But alas, I was being a brat and this alledged "traveler's withdrawal" was 100% attributable to the fact that I had experienced an absolutely once in a lifetime journey and now is the time to reflect. My time abroad left me feeling incredibly fulfilled, grateful, and mentally at ease. The number of times I would be hiking along the ridge line of a mountain or having a conversation with someone that had ...

Under the Lights in Vail

A travel blog entry by elicia.cobb on Jan 15, 2015

4 photos

After leaving Aspen, we headed to Alma for our AirBnB reservation. On the way, we stopped off in Vail to have dinner at a local favorite, George's. It had a relaxed bar feel in the basement of a Vail hotel, and we had Surf and Turf and drinks ...

Cappadocia: A Photographic Reconsideration

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 17, 2013

2 comments, 23 photos

Of all the areas that deserves a pictorial exploration of more depth it's Cappadocia. The topography, as I blogged earlier, is profoundly moving in ways I do not have words sufficient to convey accurately. But also the layers of history, the people, the cave iconography...all cohere to make this region the most surprising and fascinating, along with Malta, of my journey thus far. Please enjoy this photographic essay, from ground and air, of Cappadocia. ...

Aya Sofia: A Photographic Reconsideration

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 13, 2013

18 photos

... through these modest pictures, and at the same time remember the Turkish people who are reflecting right now upon the nature, character and identity of their great country. I dedicate this photographic essay and those that follow to them, the most hospitable and kind a country as I've ever experienced. Enjoy and remember to tap the pictures to read my corresponding explanations if you want more information. ...