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Stories and Tips Grand Lake

Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mt. National Park

Written by Bob New on 02 Mar, 2001

This road is a great way to get an overview of the park. You can drive it and see many of the sites of the park. To really enjoy the drive you should pull over at the parking areas and get out of…Read More


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Hot Sulphur Springs Resort and Spa

Written by david on 07 Jul, 2000

Located 40 minutes by car from Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs is a quaint town blessed with the 'healing waters'. For just $14 visitors can soak away their hiking aches and heal their blistered feet as the Indians (and their horses and dogs) once…Read More


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Grand Lake Village

Written by david on 07 Jul, 2000

Located just 2 1/2 hours from Denver, Grand Lake Village is, and always has been, a resort town. The main drag lined with western-style stores and restaurants caters mainly to those on holiday, but a local flavor can be found at the numerous bars, where…Read More


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Flattop Mountain (Rocky Mtn. Ntnl. Park)

Written by david on 07 Jul, 2000

Flattop mountain lies on the Continental Divide and offers breathtaking views (not least because of its altitude at 12,300 feet) of the Rockies in all directions. For the fit and masochistic it can be done as a return day-trip from Grand Lake (via the North…Read More


Trail Ridge Road

Written by david on 07 Jul, 2000

Running between Estes Park and Granby, Trail Ridge road offers spectacluar mountain views from an elevation of 11,000 plus feet. Ideal for those unable or unwilling to hike above timber-line, the road is fully paved, well-maintained, and 4WD is not necessary. Elk and Moose can…Read More


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