View from the Ute Trail (Rocky Mountain National Park)

I took this shot during my trip to the Rockies back in August (2014). One of my clients out there had just had me over at his house for dinner with him and his wife. Earlier in the day we hiked all the way up to the top of Hallett Peak which is still the highest elevation I’ve ever been outside of an airplane at 13,000+ feet above sea level.

The Ute Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park is unique because the majority of it sits above the treeline (11,000 feet in the Rockies) which allows expansive views along the entire route.

View from the Ute Trail (Rocky Mountain National Park)

View from the Ute Trail (Rocky Mountain National Park)

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