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Climbing a Mountain - Guanella Pass


Getting high in Colorado! Off-roading on Argentine Pass, just out side of Georgetown on Guanella Pass road.  It is a little rocky to start and then smoothed out, well as smooth as an off road trail can be.  Some of the trails were impassable due to snow but that didn't stop us from going as far as we could.  There was quite a few people on the trail, in which most of it was one way.  We had to back up a few times to let others pass.   We spent around five hours out there exploring the offshoot trails and ended up climbing 11,500 feet of the best view EVER!!

Camera: Fuji XT3








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