Ridge Route – Tumble Inn

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Ridge Route – Tumble Inn

1920's view of the Tumble Inn
1920’s view of the Tumble Inn
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Remains of the Tumble Inn.
Tumble Inn arch on the Ridge Route

Tumble Inn was built in the 1920’s as a gas station and hostel. Many people made this place a stopping point along this highway. As one can see, this place was built by hand with native stones. The buildings were above the wall. On the steps, as shown below, the name of this place has been carved.

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This photo shows the old concrete highway winding down to the Tumble Inn from the south.
This photo shows the old concrete highway winding down to the Tumble Inn from the south.
Section of original white striping south of the Tumble Inn
Section of original white striping south of the Tumble Inn

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