Plateau Hame de Colquhoun
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Reviewed Oct. 15, 2021

Plateau Hame de Colquhoun

Melodie and Brent are the most friendly and accommodating hosts. Be sure to follow their detailed directions, and allow plenty of time to get there before sunset. It took us almost an hour after taking exit 191 off I-25 to reach the camp. We have a towed car with very low clearence so we were going really slow. But once we get there the place is breathtaking, unobstructed views for miles in all directions. The only distractions we had during our weeklong stay were a few free-roaming cows walking by. Time slows down here. Perfect place for watching sunrise and sunset, stargazing, and pondering the meaning of life :) The Mesa is untamed land so you do want to bring the essentials you need. You will have the best experience here if you are self-sufficient. We got to talk to the host family about their plans to develop the land, and to preserve its beauty at the same time. They have great ideas and they are hardworking folks, but most of all, their hospitality truly heartwarming. We wish them best of luck, and hope to visit again in the future. P.s. the Verizon cellphone signal was surprisingly good in this area

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