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Ouzel

Ouzel Peak Ouzel has been on our minds for a while now and, knowing Wild Basin, we knew we were going to have a slog of an approach. Wild Basin did not disappoint. The Wild Basin TH can be accessed from Colorado Route 7 between Allenspark and Meeker, the town. You’ll take a dirt road […]

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Meeker

No matter how diligently we check the weather reports, they are never spot on and Long’s tends to make its own weather. The night before, we made a call to Jim Detterline, a retired park ranger of RMNP. He reported extremely low temps – lower than we would like to believe were possible – so we approached the […]

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Taylor

Taylor Peak is one of the peaks visible as you enter The Park from Estes Park and thus, helps incite wonder in the minds of most park visitors. Taylor, along with Hallett and Flattop and Otis also create the first inkling of the Continental Divide. The approach to the glacier makes for a great introduction […]

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ski, skiing, rmnp, colorado, winter, national park, rocky mountain national park, bear lake, alpine, trail ridge road, front range, osprey, dynafit, zeal, usa, america, snow, cold,

Taylor

Taylor Peak is one of the peaks visible as you enter The Park from Estes Park and thus, helps incite wonder in the minds of most park visitors. Taylor, along with Hallett and Flattop and Otis also create the first inkling of the Continental Divide. The approach to the glacier makes for a great introduction […]

ski, skiing, rmnp, colorado, winter, national park, rocky mountain national park, bear lake, alpine, trail ridge road, front range, osprey, dynafit, zeal, usa, america, snow, cold,

Meeker

No matter how diligently we check the weather reports, they are never spot on and Long’s tends to make its own weather. The night before, we made a call to Jim Detterline, a retired park ranger of RMNP. He reported extremely low temps – lower than we would like to believe were possible – so we approached the […]

Hallett Peak

After the first large storm of the season fell overnight, Boulder was caked with enough snow that college classes had to be cancelled. While the snow was just letting up in the early morning, we were already cautiously weaving our way toward the Bear Lake Trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). Usually packed to […]