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... cold descending into the wind. Matt was experiencing horrendous hot aches just as someone stopped to try and hold a conversation with him about the stunning view ahead. Matt was pretty green and was making unusual noises and facial expressions. Fortunately, the man soon gave up and moved on, and we carried on our way. Frost nip aside, the ride today was actually incredibly beautiful: huge imposing crags forming a gateway to the mountains, unusual rock ...
Day 44. Friday 26th September. Kremmling to Heaton Bay Campground. Colorado dished up another beautiful day which included the stunning Williams Fork Reservoir and the best pass on the whole route so far in Ute Pass (9524ft), which was followed by the best descent. 53 miles made it a fairly long day, but the riding was mostly mellow and moderate. The climb up to Ute Pass resembled an Alpine road climb in its steady gradient and smooth surface, but fortunately it was fairly short at ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
Hope all's well there....
G & D
It was very cold and wet this morning. We all ate a good breakfast in preparation for riding up Monarch Pass. Everything took so long to dry, because it was still cloudy. It was a pain. My muscles were so cold, and the climb started practically immediately from camp. I had already told Chris and Kirsty not to worry about waiting for me if I fell behind, and they lost me after the 3rd mile. I didn't feel pressure to go at their pace and I just did ...
... through the small rock valley which seemed to endlessly carry on through the trees, flowing further down the steep slope. We carried on further up the mountain, spotting wildlife and looking in awe at the scenery. Every time we turned a corner or reached the top of a hill, the view topped the last and I personally did not know how much more I could take. The altitude was already taking by breath away, I did not need anything else adding to this. We did not notice how high we ...