Here’s post #2 from the weekend…sometimes you just need 2 posts! 🙂
After such an awesome Saturday at A-basin, we kind of wanted to go back on Sunday….but we have this big scary race coming up that we also need to train for. We had planned on a 9 mile trail run in Boulder followed by some rock climbing, but came up with a new plan on the drive home Saturday.
Why not run Loveland Pass?!?! It’s a long windy road (8 miles total in length that climbs through the mountains. We decided to park at A-Basin, run to the summit of the pass and then run back down and snowboard for a while. So we did 🙂
Some parts were a little scary- the shoulder gets really narrow and cars come whipping around pretty fast. We did about 6.5 miles total, but this was the first time running at such a high altitude so we wanted to see how our bodies react. Plus, the entire first half was uphill. We started at about 9,000 feet and climbed to about 11,000. WHEW!
Then, we got dressed and headed out for some more spring time riding. After a couple hours, our legs were jelly, so we headed back to the car. When we got back to Denver it was still so warm (almost 80) and there were people out and about everywhere!
We decided to shower and head out for a happy hour drink. We ended up at McLaughlin’s, which is near our apartment and we’ve wanted to try. The patio was hopping! We had a beer and split the fish taco’s. Really good!
Bistro Colorado specializes in “field to fork sustainable cuisine” and you can tell there food is so fresh! I got the portabello burger and it was awesome! We ended the night on the couch. It was a looooong, but incredible weekend!
Do you eat from food trucks often? What is your favortie?