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Mount Sneffels is the highest summit of the Sneffels Range in the Rocky Mountains of North America. The prominent 14,158-foot fourteener is located in the Mount Sneffels Wilderness of Uncompahgre National Forest, 6.7 miles west by south of the City of Ouray in Ouray County, Colorado, United States.
Starting in June, the fields of Colorado blue columbine decorate high elevations at Rocky Mountain National Park. A hike to Sky Pond begins from the Glacier Gorge Trailhead and rewards adventurers with striking views of jagged cliff faces that rise dramatically from the fields of wildflowers.
To enter the park between May 28 and October 11 requires two things: a Timed Entry Permit or a reservation with a service, plus a Park Pass or Entrance Fee.
“Natural Bridge is an impressive natural rock formation that spans the flow of the Kicking Horse River west of Field, where the slower-moving waters from the Field valley flats begin their descent through a canyon to be joined by the Amiskwi River.”
“Sculpted by the erosive forces of rushing water over what had once been a waterfall, the Natural Bridge is a powerful reminder of how much influence water has in shaping the landscape. Softer rock found below the Natural Bridge’s hard limestone band eroded more quickly, and fissures in the rock widened until the flow of water was diverted below the outcrop.”