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Rocky Mountains National Park
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This view is from the ridgeline along Trail Ridge Road as the roadway snakes its way up in elevation in Rocky Mountain National Park. The road is closed most of the winter due to snow and ice and there was a snow plow parked at the ready near this location in June.

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Uploaded: 06/08/2012
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