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... 100 miles of the day - very heavy with lots of spray on the road. Steady as we go and we get through OK.
To get to our final destination of Silveton we have two mountain passes, Coal Bank Pass at 10640 ft and Molas Pass at 10910ft both small compared to the Grand Canyon but beautifully formed. I was so cold (and wet!) though when we arrived in Silverton and took an hour to warm up properly.
Our Hotel is the ...
... of year it's pretty deserted once the daily steam train goes back to Durango so we had a good wander around the old buildings and drove up by the abandoned mines & villages. Dinner in the Pickle Barrel downstairs & the Backpacker card game came out for the first ...
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... insulation on the underside of the hood. They are only cute from afar…
My next hike was a little northwest of Silverton, to a lake that is a phenomenal light blue. The pictures I’ve seen of Ice Lake are amazing, but I wasn’t fortunate enough to see the lake on a sunny day. This day proved to be cloudy and raining throughout, but it was still amazing. Though it was only a drizzle for most of the hike, at the top, it turned ...
... 6 other
people and a couple dogs in the same camp spot that evening.
The next morning we were off to hit the highest point of the Colorado
Trail, 13,254 ft., near the summit of Coney Peak. It seemed like we'd
never reach it as we kept climbing up and descending back down to the
original elevation (ugh). What a day! We camped in Lost Lake Basin that
evening with our new found friends: Dave, Tracy, and Josie the Packing
Dog. (12,250 ...