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Mineral Belt Trail [2]
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The Mineral Belt Trail follows alongside the mining dumps and tailings outside of Leadville, Colorado.  Old relics & historical markers can be seen alongside the bike path.  This view taken from the Martin Bridge at the entrance to the Matchless Mine.  Views of Colorado's two highest 14ers, Mt. Elbert (elev. 14433') & Mt. Massive (14421').

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