Category Archives: Colorado Hiking Trails

The Blue Lakes Trail Colorado

This hike was one that I have been wanting to do for some time. It is a relatively easy 6.6 out and back hike with only the first mile or so being the most difficult. The pay off for this hike is three of the most beautiful blue glacier fed mountain lakes you can imagine. I only saw one of them and we also had a surprise visitor on the trail but I would recommend this hike to anyone.

 

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Colorado 2017: Emerald Lake Trail, Stanley Hotel, and the end of the trip

In this last video, we go for a short 3.2 mile out and back hike to Nymph, Dream, and Emerald Lakes. We also visit the Stanley Hotel which was the inspiration for the movie “The Shining”

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Colorado 2017: Estes Park Campground, Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake, Adams Falls

In this video, we arrived at Estes Park Campground to stay for a few nights (cannot say enough good things about this campground by the way) and we explored RMNP, Trail Ridge Road, and Grand Lake. This was a few days of some pretty awesome adventuring

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Colorado 2017: Roadtrip and Mt Elbert

This is the first video from my week long trip to Colorado. This one shows some of the roadtrip through Kansas as well as climbing Mt Elbert.

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Why I Hike 2016 Year in Review

Wow 2016 has been an epic year of travel and adventure for me. As I was looking back on all my videos, it became so clear that I have been to and seen many places. I hope you enjoy this look back on my year of hiking, camping, backpacking, and kayaking

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This is Rocky Mountain National Park

One of the most beautiful stops we made on our Colorado and Utah adventure was to Rocky Mountain National Park. We drove along the trail ridge road and up to an elevation of about 12,000 feet. We stopped at various spots to capture these magnificent views. It truly is one of the prettiest places I have ever been to. At one point, we stopped to go up a trail called the tundra communities trail. It wasn’t very long but it was very windy. It was on this trail that I had a marmot come right up to me as if to ask me to take his picture. I obliged of course and watched him for a brief while until it became just too cold and windy to do so. This vacation with my kids was a dream of mine for so long and I am glad I got to share the experience with them.

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This is Red Rocks

During my trip to Colorado I visited the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater. This is some aerial footage of the park. I hope you enjoy. 

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