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... appeared in the sky. So today, we left nice and early as we made our way to Granby, where we were going to stay for the next few days. We have places to go first....... Our first stop was Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, where the 'Spirit' statue has been recently moved. The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is next to the statue and a new John Denver exhibition has been recently opened. This was ...
... and west from this spine of the high plains. First was the Wind River and its tributaries that flow into the Yellowstone River which joins the Missouri and on to the mighty Mississippi. Then the Yampa and its tributaries which flows into the Colorado in Dinosaur National Monument.
Leaving Steamboat Springs at 6732 feet elevation we wound through the Yampa River Valley for a few miles, then around a bend the road ...
... and the trails.
Our first stop was to find a picnic area to have lunch at since we got off a bit late and breakfast was light. Unfortunately, the mosquitoes were enjoying us much more than we were enjoying our food and we quickly took refuge in the van and left the mosquitos behind.
We stopped at the Alpine Visitor's Center then took a hike to the highest point in that area. We ...
... the time. After a picnic lunch in the park we took a short hike through “Coyote Valley” along a stream that was actually the head waters of the Colorado River. We learned that this valley was shaped by the river and a glacier that was over 1,500 feet thick at that point and extended from the mountain tops down into the valley many miles. When the glacier receded 14,000 years ago it left the topography that we have today. ...
... going between 40 & 45 for most of the way, but we did make it. There was a brief period where we drove through rolling hills before we started back down; the descent however was not bad as it was only 3 miles at a 6% grade but with sharp curves, a short time later we had another descent for 2 miles and after that we stayed at the higher elevation. Our stop for ...