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Location was perfect. Great views.
The views are amazing!
Lake City is a great central location for lots of fun activities. We drove South to Creede and enjoyed the Bachelor Historic Loop which is a 16 mile loop trail through Creede's historic silver mining district. And on the way we stopped to see the very beginning of the Rio Grande River. Very cool! We also drove North to Gunnison and then all the way up to Crested Butte to sight see. Gunnison has a quaint downtown area with great shopping and Crested Butte is an adorable little ski town. There is also a great trout fishing area on the Gunnison River not far off of that highway. We turned left at the Blue Mesa Cutoff which is just North of Lake City and it was beautiful! Caught browns and rainbows!
We didn't have much luck fishing in the lake but we loved being able to access the Alpine Loop right from the house. Took picnic lunches with us and we were off on our Polaris to explore all day!
The house was comfortable and the king bedroom has a great view of the lake. The kitchen was a bit outdated but I was able to create some great meals and we enjoyed the serenity of the evenings.
Overall this was a great vacation and I would recommend it to anyone who loves all of the outdoor activities and scenery offered by these beautiful mountains.
Loved waking up to the view of San Cristobal Lake
The view was amazing, lived the wrap around deck, nice big kitchen, had everything we needed to cook breakfast and dinners . Beds were comfortable in all rooms.. 3 couples riding the trails made for dusty guests, we were amazed we all had nice hot showers.. there was room for parking for our 2 trucks and trailers. Very welcoming management team was so hosputable and easy to work with and make arrangements to pick up keys. We can't wait to come back next year!!!!
Encompassing more than one thousand square miles of untamed beauty, Hinsdale County stands unrivaled when outdoor recreation, unique geology, wildflowers, abundant wildlife, and historic significance come into play. An endless list of 'ah-factors' includes 96% public land, five Colorado Fourteeners, four wilderness areas, two national byways, breathtaking waterfalls and four-wheel drive roads, ghost towns, year-round trails and one of the most authentic national historic districts in Colorado.