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Joined: Mar 2012
Location: Heart of the Rockies, Salida, CO.
Autumn Rocky Mountain Hot Springs Adventure Tour
September 6th-9th 2013
Buena Vista, Colorado 50% Dirt 100% Fun
Open to all AMA Members with a Street Legal Adventure Motorcycle
The Colorado 2 Day Autumn Hot Springs Adventure Tour on Sept 6-9 will start
at Cottonwood Hot Springs in Buena Vista and take you through 700 miles of the most
spectacular scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer.
This ride is approximately 50% twisty pavement.
View from the Top of Cottonwood Pass
3 nights Lodging are included with your entry, as are Hot Springs Passes, and
Passengers ride and stay free !
Navigation by GPS
30 Rider Limit
Entry Deadline is June 7th 2013
Great Sand Dunes National Monument with the Crestone Needle in the Background
Day 1 will start in Buena Vista at Cottonwood Hot Springs Resort and cover Weston
pass, Fairplay, Hoosier pass, Boreas pass to Breckenridge- Kenosia pass to Grant -
Guanella pass to Georgetown - Loveland pass to Keystone & Silverthorne, Ute pass &
Williams Fork reservoir and then follow the Colorado River Road through Glenwood
Canyon to the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge.
Glenwood Hot Springs Pool
Day 2 will start in Glenwood Springs after a night at the Historic and plush Glenwood
Hot Springs Lodge. From Glenwood the route will head to to Aspen & Independence pass
- Cottonwood pass - Cumberland pass - Pitkin - Wuanita pass - Black Sage pass - Old
Monarch pass - Sargents - Cochatope pass – La Garita and then across the San Luis Valley
to the Sand Dunes Hot Springs Pool. We’ll then spend Sunday night at the Inn of the Rio Grande.
Great Sand Dunes National Monument and the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range in the background.
Monday if your heading back to BV you can take in Medano Pass thru the back of the
Great Sand Dunes National Monument, the Arkansas River Canyon and Aspen Ridge.
Autumn Hot Springs Adventure Tour
We can guarantee spectacular views, fun dirt roads, climbs and descents, fast and
slow sections, unforgettable twisty pavement sections, aspen trees and multiple
mountain passes over 10,000 feet.
Please see this Link for more information:
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