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The first time we encountered George, we heard him first. The nasally whine of an early 90s snowmobile throttled to its limit ripping down a well worn path somewhere off in the forest resonated as an unnatural and unsettling presence as we had previously been under the impression that we were completely alone. We made […]

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Temps hovered right around 17 as we parked a car and took another up the road a ways to the Colorado River Trailhead at the base of Opposition Creek. The skin up to the Grand Ditch was pleasant and enjoyable. We hardly felt any wind and from the looks of the sky, we were in […]

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Months of anxious excitement have finally come to an end, like waiting patiently for your number to be called, ours finally came. with a large storm hitting on Friday December 11th we knew our window was limited and need to get out and start the project ASAP. If the storm came in as strong as […]

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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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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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