A trail on the Continental Divide - Loveland Pass - Rocky Mountains

A trail on the Continental Divide - Loveland Pass - Rocky Mountains
A trail near the summit of Loveland Pass

A view of a trail leading up to the mountain tops at the summit of Loveland Pass on the Continental Divide in Colorado.

Photo taken: September 6, 2013, at Loveland Pass, Summit County, Colorado.


  1. I would imagine the air is kinda thin up in these elevations, Tom Gatermann. Must be tough to climb and hike out there. Lovely capture.

  2. ᙅYᙖᙓᖇ ᗪOᙅ™, the air is rather thin at this elevation. Loveland Pass is at 11,990 feet above sea level. I didn't have any problems walking around up there, though I didn't try walking to the very top of this path. My wife did have some issues with the elevation, but she would almost always acclimate to the altitude after being up there for a bit.


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