Google Maps suggested route as we headed west to I-70 from Rocky Mountain National Park. Unpaved from Kremmling to State Bridge (below Bond) worried me, but day was clear and it was fine. ("Gravel" is actually packed dirt with periodic ruts and small potholes, but no washboards. 30-35 MPH was my average speed. Very few other cars/trucks on road.) As... 更多
We were pleasantly surprised this road was as smooth as it was since it was mostly gravel. We stopped multiple times to check out the views and people floating down the Colorado River. There are very few guardrails but it seemed safe and was a good drive.
We stumbled across this by accident on our way from Glenwood Springs to Estes Park. The views of the Colorado River and the surrounding area were very nice. We were a bit surprised that a large portion of this was gravel, but we didn't mind. We would definitely take this route again. Take a picnic lunch and stop in by... 更多
The drive is spectacular. Take a camera and plan to stop often for magnificent vistas. When you reach Kremmling, it will be obvious, that despite the tourist aspect, this is a hardworking town. As you take advantage of the tourist attractions, it is easily apparent that you are surrounded by people who are serious about taking care of the land... 更多
First, and MOST IMPORTANT, is the MAJOR construction that is taking place FOR THE NEXT 4 T0 5 YEARS, on HIGHWAY 9, from Sliverthorne to Kremmling Delays will be anywhere from 45 minutes to an HOUR, on WEEKDAYS. On WEEKENDS, delays will be LONGER! Your best bet is to exit I70 at #232, and go over Berthoud pass. Once you... 更多
I was born in south west CO and lived their a while. My parents never explored CO past Cortez to the west and Telluride to the north. I decided this could possibly be their last CO road trip and after visiting my aunts and cousins and other family members, we headed to Estes Park. I did some research and decided... 更多
I drove the Trough Road from Kremmling and State Road today. I have a low slung sports car so was... 更多