Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tent, bikes and ground. This was soon followed by snow fall; not the thin, icy, windswept snow of Marshall Pass, but big, thick flakes. It certainly wasn't our number one pick for the morning's weather, but it was nowhere near as cold as many other mornings we've endured. Today we climbed two passes over 10,000 feet. The first was Cochetopa Pass (10,067 feet), a gentle ten mile climb from our camp spot. The second was Carnero Pass (10,166) which felt a lot harder for ...
... Cameron, Keith and Andrew) around the camp fire as we reminisced about the whole route, and, in particular, are hankering after the remote stretches in the wilderness which seem both so recent and so far away. Tomorrow we climb up to 3,499 metres: that is high! Day 45. Saturday 27th September. Heaton Bay Campground to Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch. Colorado delivered again. Another superb day of riding. Last night at the Campground we'd shared a pitch with Frank and the ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
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G & D
... and it completely snapped him out of his bizarre yelling. He became friendly and had a short conversation with us and was on his way. I admired Kirsty's ability to talk to the man, whereas I was just awkward and non confrontational. I think we're all craving a rest day. They want to see a movie in the old-fashioned theater and I want to check out the historic downtown area and the river. We went back to camp in the dark and had an awesome night's ...
We have aptly nicknamed this ride the "surprise century." After our third, what we thought would be our last century and rumors of today being an 86-ish mile day, a 102 mile ride through the first chunk of the Rockies was not what we expected. Not to mention the persistent head winds (I had to pedal hard down the descents to even break 30mph), and the high elevation that gave a few people some altitude sickness. We climbed about 8,200' over the course of the day, covered the Garden ...