Fifty Seven Hour Adventure
Fifty Seven Hour Adventure of road tripping, wildlife viewing, camping and hiking Rocky Mount National Park.
Leaving base camp heading north on CO-67 to Deckers, to connect on to west CO-126 to Pine Junction connecting on to US-285 North towards Denver. This route is up a mountain pass and back down connection to I-470 west north merging the roll on to US-6 and 93 North to Boulder with an easy switch on to US-36 to Lyons, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park destination eminent.
Already knowing Moraine Park Campground would be full, head there just to view a few elk, there is always elk there. Viewed and photographed several elk, dodging the mass population of humans, talked with a ranger and decided to head to the west side of the Park. Realizing it might be a good idea to get some fossil fuel headed just outside the park to the junction for some fossil fuel and more elk viewing. Fossil Fuel station had its own small herd of cows and a nice bugling bull as well. One stop tourist center!
Once Topped offed rolled back through the park entrance on past Beaver Meadows, another great elk viewing area heading for the summit of Trail Ridge Road.
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