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... and impressive wagon ruts that had been cut through the rock formations over time.
Last stop of the pioneer trail for us is the Register Cliff which is a large rock wall and landmark in which emmigrants carved their names into, you can still find some of those original entries (amongst ...
... which tells you something, but even the photos cannot convey the feel of the place. It is a park you have to be at for the full effect. I am writing this blog in two parts. I spent two full days there with an overnight camp. Could easily have been two weeks. The park covers 415 sq. miles and has 72 peaks higher than 12,000 ft.. When I first arrived, I started to drive the Trail ...
... his mountain bike ride. Zach and I hang out at the RV park all morning mostly at the playground where once again there were kids his age.
I made yummy chili for lunch while waiting for Chris to get back and then after lunch we headed to the Bear Meadows visitor centre for Rocky Mountain National Park. After talking to the Rangers we decided to do the very popular Bear Lake hike/walk around the lake. We drove part of the way and then decided to park and take ...
... addition), saw two Moose--a mother and her calf, went on down to Grand Lake and had an ice cream (butter pecan for MIN, Caramel Dream for me--both delicious), and then spent another two hours toodling back.
On the way back, we stopped at the highest place on the road in the park (just over 12,000 feet) where you can usually count on Pika, and we saw several. Even got photos this time. Then we stopped at Rainbow Curve, where the ...
... freshly made ice cream from the local sweet shop and window shopping. Nice little break from the mountain roads.
Leaving Steamboat Springs and its lovely valley, the road climbs over Rabbit Ears Pass. The rv struggled up the grade, being passed by every other vehicle, tour buses included. Rabbit Ears is just under 10,000’, followed by Muddy Pass at just under 9,000 feet. Not the highest elevation we have seen, but it ...
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