Maroon Lake Photographers
The Maroon Bells are considered the most photographed peaks in North America. Located about 10 miles out of Aspen, a paved road conveniently runs up to the lake providing easy access to the incredible views. Each September masses of photographers gather at the rim of the lake hoping to capture the famous peaks reflected in the lake at the height of the fall colors.
Copyright: Laura Pearson
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