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... made up for the temperature. The loop rail travels one mile as the crow flies and four miles by rail, but in that time it also goes up a couple of hundred feet. The rail follows the Clear creek and is flanked by aspens and pines, well worth the ride.
We went back to the hotel to try and get some circulation back before we braved the cold again with the drive to Denver via the Guanella pass. The pass is the scenic way back to Denver and rises to ...
... cars just pulled up in the middle of the road forcing us to stop. There in a clearing just off the road was a moose! He gave us just enough time to grab a few photos before he plodded off into the forest.
The lake was nothing spectacular but add snow and everything becomes amazing. We went walking to the edge of the lake, hid from the snow under trees and stayed until all our fingers and toes lost all feeling.
Back on the road we passed a couple of old mining ...
... much-quicker-when-downhill, trail over the road. I was probably back at the Durango in less than an hour, and once again traffic, this time on the Boulder Turnpike, was very heavy and the going was slow.
I arrived home, tired but satisfied at witnessing a key stage in this year's USA Pro Challenge and proud of having made it all the way to the Sunrise Amphitheatre to catch the finish. Only one more stage left: tomorrow's individual time-trial in downtown Denver.
Eager to get a head start on training for his first "fourteener", Brendan chose a hard trek for newcomers. It was dog friendly, so Tucker happily tagged along. Pulling into the parking lot, we looked longingly and in awe at those heading to the left to climb up Mt. Bierstadt. We went to our right, and the trip began. It was a long trek uphill, so we often found ourselves pausing and looking back upon the mountain views. ...
... that even in Georgetown (at about 8,000 feet) the temperature is about 20 degrees cooler than Denver. After coming off the mountain we went to Central City. What a disappointment. The last time we went there was before Jon was born and it was sill a historic old mining town with shops and saloons in the main street with player pianos that could be heard while waling down the street. Now it is ...
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