Latigo Dude Ranch
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... that global warming in a new thing, based on this glacier disappearing it appears that global warming started over 14,000 years ago. We continued our drive north into the park stopping a numerous overlooks to marvel at the beauty if the landscape. At times the road wound around the mountains as we climbed, and in many spots the drop-off into the valley below was no more than foot off the right side white line, and in most ...
... is at Immediately after hooking up the utilities and coming into the camper we had a thunder & lightning storm that lasted about 20 to 30 minutes and produced heavy rains and enough pea size hail to accumulate on the ground by
the camper. Because the campground didn’t have either TV service or Wi-Fi it was a quiet but enjoyable evening.
... for some really pretty sights along the drive. We never tire of seeing Colorado's incredible mountains. Our drive was a bit different this trip as we drove to Kremmling, CO - a new town for us. We arrived fairly late tonight and wanted to wait until tomorrow to drive the rest of the way to Steamboat Springs so we could drive in the day. We are staying at a hotel called The Cliffside Inn. It's a cozy ...
... It was probably another
three miles or so on a graded dirt road to the parking lot at the trailhead
just below Cataract Lake. I decided to hike the trail in the recommended
It turned out to be a long a quite strenuous hike, one I
could have made longer with a few short side trips to lakeshores. The scenery
was spectacular and varied, very different from that when climbing a peak, ...
... many trailheads and we stopped at Holzwarth to look over the meadows for any animals that might be grazing. One moose is so far away we just get it in the camera. From there we make the climb on a winding road up and up to the summit near the Alpine Visitors Center. Once there we are at 11,796 ft, just short to the highest point of 12,183 ft. This is the highest major highway in North America. Nearly one third of the park is about the treeline (11,400 ft). Rocky Mountain National ...