Posted on Thu, 30-Jun-2016Fri, 01-Jul-2016 by HenryFlat Top Wilderness / Routt National Forest We found this beautiful campsite with incredible views. It was a bit extreme to get the final few feet but Travato prevailed. Wine O’clock while enjoying the expansive views. Our evening sunset stroll across Gardener Park Reservoir gave a new perspective to Travato. We saw some ducks and a beaver. We drove to a trailhead by Stillwater Lake to hike the Devil’s Causeway. This is the view before the final assent to the Causeway. A fellow hiker took our picture – we had both tried to get a photo of the large marmot. On top of the world after crossing the Devil’s Causeway. And the view from the other direction. We hung out for a while enjoying a snack. When we left at 11 am, it was clear, by 11:30 the storm clouds had built up, by noon in the Van it started to sprinkle. We stayed a head of it on the 11-mile dirt road drive out. We then drove to Edwards to spend the night with my college roommate.
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Hi Pam, Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful pictures! Would love to hear more about your experience with Travato as time goes on. My husband and I would love to do some RVing after he retires and want something small and maneuverable.