Grizzly Gulch Trail, Grizzly Lake Episode One
Grizzly Gulch Trail, Grizzly Lake Episode One video sequences one thru ten
Grizzly Gulch Trail, Grizzly Lake is located just south east of St. Elmo, Colorado, take the fork in the road to the left, just before entering the ghost town of St. Elmo, Colorado. As you head towards of the ghost town of Hancock, Colorado about a half a mile on the left is a small parking area for the trail head, lot has P-sign on the right side of the area.
Ghost House was built by Thad Dick in 1886. Thorndale family were the next occupants of the home. Thorndale’s were considered well to do by St. Elmo’s standards, due to the fact they could afford luxuries such as dress trim, ribbons for their hair, and candy from the St. Elmo Mercantile. Thorndale’s had everything needed to live in a Colorado mountain mining community a root cellar, a well, wash house, outside privy and a stock corral. They used barrel staves to make skis to assist in the Thorndale children to get to school. It is believed the house got it’s name for Allen Ghost who funded development of the region and assisted in the corporation of Hancock, Colorado. Several years later Allen Ghost helped develop Denver’s central business district. Ghost House is an interesting part of History hiking Grizzly Gulch Trail, Grizzly Lake.
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