this is a fantastic place to mountain bike, camp, snow mobile, hike and back country ski. Go and feel the history and the back country but be careful
We actually drove around the camp. I had never gone on the roads inside of it. Some street signs still visible, lots of foundations and great insight to the men who trained and fought in world war 2.
This is a little-known part of the efforts of the U.S. in WWII. It is hard to comprehend this area (now taken out) once housed 18,000 andmore military men working on skiis. There is a movie of the adventure (Fire on the Mountain) that shares the adventures of the men. Also there is a statue in Vail Village that tells... 更多
We attended a very nice wedding. Everything was set up perfectly and the staff was relaxed and well organized. Good food. Good service. Great evening. Recommend it for events of all kinds. Hard to find, so look for NOVA Guides, and you've found it.
We thought there would be more here. There are remnants of only one building and not much else. Not worth the stop if you are traveling along Hwy 24.
Ten minutes of Internet research will pay off as you prepare for your visit. A memorable drive through the the mountains (1 hour from Breckenridge, 45 minutes from Copper Mountain) and you find the site some 25 miles north of Leadville. Besides interpretive signs, the only remaining edifice is the ruin of field house foundations. Go for the scenery in... 更多
Visit the site of training for the 10th Mountain Division on your way to Camp Hale. I went during the winter and went snow shoeing for the day in the area around Camp Hale. There were no restroom or water points out in the vast woods. The snow was 5 feet deep in some areas and I am sure deeper... 更多