Posted: Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:19 pm
Very true. It's also the case that in Colorado, there are much better mountain roads to go on than Pikes Peak, such as Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park, or Mount Evans east of Denver, and I did those many times. Pikes Peak is just better known, and is more touristy that way. I eventually drove up it when a few years after moving away, and then took the cog railway with my boys some years later.WEDFan wrote:I've always noticed that you don't get around to visiting the attractions in your home town/state. I've usually only seen the local attractions when people come to visit and I look for things to do with them.BRWombat wrote:That is absolutely stunning. So beautiful, and the music is perfect.
Don't worry, I lived in Colorado for 11 years without going up Pike's Peak. And went skiing maybe 3 or 4 times.darph nader wrote:I recognize some of these scenes. The sad part is I've lived here for just shy of 50yrs and have never been to the Grand Canyon. ...