Beaver Meadows - Rocky Mountains
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Beaver Meadows - Rocky Mountains

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Picture taken on a small round-trip following the horse-trail through Beaver Meadows near Moraine Park Campground, Rocky Mountains Nationalpark.

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A: Moraine-Park Campground, Loop A-012

Dirk von Loën-Wagner作, ここから980メートル

That's how it looked, when we were camping at Moraine Park Campground, Site A012 at A-Loop, July 2011...

Moraine-Park Campground, Loop A-012

B: Deer Mountain summit

pix作, 1.8kmかなた

View from the top of Deer Mountain (elev. 10,013') west of Estes Park, Colorado in Rocky Mountain Nat...

Deer Mountain summit

C: Bierstadt Lake

Michael Dofing作, 5.1kmかなた

Bierstadt Lake located in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Bierstadt Lake

D: Bridge

Michael Dofing作, 5.4kmかなた


E: Rainbow Curve, Trail Ridge Road, RMNP

Bob Engelbart作, 6.3kmかなた

This view is from the Rainbow Curve Overlook on Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park. The r...

Rainbow Curve, Trail Ridge Road, RMNP

F: Rocky Mountains National Park

Bob Engelbart作, 6.8kmかなた

This view is from the ridgeline along Trail Ridge Road as the roadway snakes its way up in elevation ...

Rocky Mountains National Park

G: Rocky Mountains - Boulder Brook

Dirk von Loën-Wagner作, 7.2kmかなた

It was a sunny day in July 2011 - Using a trunk to cross Boulder Brook on Boulder Brook Trail, our wa...

Rocky Mountains - Boulder Brook

H: Edge of Time

pix作, 8.1kmかなた

Edge of Time

I: Glacier Creek - Rocky Mountains

Dirk von Loën-Wagner作, 8.4kmかなた

Looking at the bridge at Glacier Creek, near Bear Lake, Rocky Mountains. A nice place to have a break...

Glacier Creek - Rocky Mountains

J: Lily Lake

pix作, 8.8kmかなた

Lily Lake



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