March 2, 2012

Tour of the Week, 10/10/2011

Copper Lake Mirrors

All options pointed to go and so we got on our way. This was a fall trip to enjoy the cold and brisk air that can only be achieved over 10,000 feet and winter was closing in, or so we thought. Crossing streams filled with dew while the gators gather grim and grit we pushed to the top of the pass. Seeing leeward filled slopes with snow and enjoying the fall snow was a delight.

The trip took about three hours and averaged a good heart rate.



About the Author

4. Seth Tucker
Seth Tucker has called Crested Butte home for some time learning the skills to explore the West Elk Mountains, whether it be mountain biking single track, hiking peaks or enjoying backcountry powder. Get out there and enjoy your mountain surroundings!


sethtucker says:

Wicked Sweet