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... back to our campsite (at Dutch Charlie) to cook dinner wasn’t so bad. Our site overlooked the Cimmaron and Sneffels Mountain Ranges (part of the San Juans). They were snow-capped and glowed beautifully at sunset. At dusk the birds flew all around us. It was so nice to be a part of such tranquility. A series of trails allowed us to take the dogs on walks. They had a renewed vigor that was infectious. This place made me yearn to hike. We could stay here ...
... Pass where the highway gets its name. The road has steep cliffs, narrow lanes, hairpin curves, and few guardrails. My sphincter is tightening up just thinking about it. The Million Dollar Highway goes over three mountain passes: Coal Bank Pass (10,640 feet), Molas Pass (10,970 feet), and Red Mountain Pass (11,018 feet). It’s unclear exactly where the Million Dollar Highway gets its name. Two popular legends for its name: 1. It cost ...
... Resort (formerly Purgatory)
spent day cat skiing, tight trees and steep, had a ball, Steve, Hesta, Foz & Sal, 41,
drove back to Telluride
Day 63, 1/3, rest day, took things easy, Steve & Rachel left,
went out for Hestas last night
Day 64, 2/3, ski day, 42
Day 65, 3/3, skied by myself for the day,
Australian conditions, rock hard, hopefully snowing tonight, 43
Day 66, 4/3, ski day, 44
Day 67, 5/3, ski day 45
... out on the Engineer Pass jeep road. The road started out very rocky, and we had to climb over several large piles of rocks. This road also climbed very quickly. (Ouray is at an elevation of 7,792 feet, and the top of the pass is at 12,800 feet.) While my dad watched the road, the rest of us looked out at the beautiful views, the awesome streams and waterfalls, and the amazing wildflowers! After climbing up and up, we reached a ...
... couldn't make it, we'd been going uphill without a flat or a downhill for about 30 minutes. I could see Dia above me about 3 or 4 switchbacks ahead of me walking like she was just beginning, not even breathing hard... it totally frustrated me and I was beginning to ponder just quitting... but I remembered this was Dia's birthday wish to do this hike and show me this awesome lake, which I really wanted to see, and as I was struggling up the hill, some of the folks ...