Return to Granite Falls…

Granite Falls, located on the western side of Rocky Mountain National Park, from the Green Mountain Trailhead, is about an eleven-mile out and back hike. So, what does one do on the second day of summer with the threat of rain, snow and/or thunder on the return portion of the hike? Well, Stella, who does … Continue reading Return to Granite Falls…

Massive Colorado Avalanche Revealed

Typically I don't repost or share existing news media however this past Saturday on our way to open Base Camp in Grand Lake we drove past the remnants of the massive slide triggered back in March on the Empire side of Berthoud Pass, known as the Disney Chute. Surreal is the best description, as even … Continue reading Massive Colorado Avalanche Revealed

Bowen/Baker Snowshoe Adventure

As I have mentioned in others posts, driving into Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) never gets old. During wintertime and early Spring, it feels as though you have the whole park to yourself. In the years past, we went snowshoeing nearly weekend, but this season we were only able to get out once. We lost … Continue reading Bowen/Baker Snowshoe Adventure

What A Difference A Year Makes

February 2019 February 2018 Kenosha Pass and the Colorado Trail, over looking South Park Valley. The pictures speak for themselves, what a difference a year makes.