Sunset at Mt Harvard

Sunset time at one of the highest places in Colorado. Mt Harvard is the 3rd highest, barely 3 foot lower than Massive and 14 lower than Elbert.

Looking south into the Horn Fork Basin in the foreground and in the background you can see Mt Yale in the center and to the left is Mt Princeton.

The coyote pictures you saw in my previous post were taken at the level of the lake (Bear Lake) below.

Coyote Pretty

Saw this guy on my way to the Mt Harvard. Somewhere around 12500 elevation at the Horn Fork Basin. Never seen coyotes at this elevation before. Definitely one of the highlights of this ascend.

On my way down after sunset, in complete darkness, I heard a few of them talking to each other above me, when I was at around 12000… They were probably talking about my fashion style… or maybe plans to catch some dinner.

Last night sunset

Goldy Sunset

Couple days ago at Rocky Mountain National Park. Pretty dramatic, what do you think?

Longs Peak

If you live or happen to be in Colorado, make an effort to visit Rocky Mountain National Park in the next few days. Trail Ridge road is now open, which allows to drive over 12000+ feet high elevation and provides pretty awesome views, like these, featuring Longs Peak, one of the Colorado 14ers. Also, if you visit in the next few day, you will see plenty of snow, like in the short video. Have fun!