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Trail Ridge Road Autumn Sunset OutThere Colorado
Sunset at the top of Trail Ridge Road, the highest (12,183 feet) continuous highway in the USA, with the Longs Peak (14,259 feet) rising high in the background. Photo Credit: SeanXu (iStock)
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Trail Ridge Road Autumn Sunset OutThere Colorado
Sunset at the top of Trail Ridge Road, the highest (12,183 feet) continuous highway in the USA, with the Longs Peak (14,259 feet) rising high in the background. Photo Credit: SeanXu (iStock)
Trail Ridge Road Road on the Ridge OutThere Colorado
A panoramic evening view of Trail Ridge Road winding through vast alpine tundra at top of Rocky Mountains, with Longs Peak (14,255 feet) rising high in the background, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA.
Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak OutThere Colorado
A storm blows over Rocky Mountain National Park. Longs Peak can be seen along Trail Ridge Road
Trail Ridge Road Cars on the Road OutThere Colorado
Trail Ridge Road connects Estes Park, on the eastern side of the park, with Grand Lake, on the western edge of the park. Photo credit: cumulus_humilis (iStock)
Trail Ridge Road Elk on the Ridge OutThere Colorado
Elk galloping by Trail Ridge Road at RMNP CO
Trail Ridge Road Rock Cut OutThere Colorado
A panoramic evening view of Trail Ridge Road at Rock Cut, with Longs Peak (14,255 feet) rising high in the background, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA.
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