Hike Harmonica Arch Similitude 1, from Goose Creek Trail Head Lost Creek Wilderness
Drives at dawn to me are some of the best. A thermos of press pot coffee, homemade breakfast burrito. Second weekend in May with 3 inches of fresh snow over night adds so much to the depth of beauty on this morning. Heading in from the Lake George, Colorado side heading to Lost Creek Wilderness. It’s pretty cold at 5 am, so I am wearing a 1/4 zip outer layer to strip off latter.
A few inches of fresh snow on the drive in to Goose Creek Trail head in Pike National Forest
Snow accents the topography as I drive along this morning in May
Took all most double the time to drive in this morning to Goose Creek Trail Head, with such beauty everywhere. Stopped a lot
Looking across the valley with low morning clouds blanketing a few of the mountains
Every curve in the road offers spectacular views heading to Lost Creek Wilderness
What’s left of fire as new growth begins
Rock formations along road and through out Lost Creek Wilderness are great in Hike Harmonica Arch Similitude 1
Starkness caused by fire along Lost Creek Wilderness
Driving along heading to Lost Creek Wilderness, Goose Creek Trail Head on a Spring Morning
This is a beautiful 50 mile drive in that is so worth it to Lost Creek Wilderness, Goose Creek Trail Head
Lost Creek Wilderness Hikes
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