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After 3 days of low clouds, fog, and rain, inclement weather finally begins to loosen its grip on the high peaks. Here, the Mummy Range boasts a fresh dusting of snow to the north of Bible Point.
Taken: Jun 14, 2010
Eastward view towards Estes Park from Bible Point trail.
Hikemaster Scott (center), with two yearly YMCA regular hikers: Joey Arkfeld (left, Omaha h.s. student) and Michael Kinzer (right, Texas A & M grad). Always great to hike with these guys! Let's see what else we can cook up this week :-)
Hikemaster Scott was so wrapped up in telling his "backpack story from Aug 2, 2008" that he would've missed the coyotes near the livery if it hadn't been for the sharp eyes of these 2 young girls! Thanks!
One of Hikemaster Scott's favorite hiking guests from past years, Michael Kinzer (recent Texas A & M grad), takes a photo towards Teddy's Teeth. Michael will be hiking with Hikemaster Scott several times in the days ahead!
The whole Bible Point gang, from the summit! This is one of the largest YMCA hiking groups of the summer, and Hikemaster Scott (left) loved taking the 2.5 hour, 2 mile stroll to the top. Great views of the peaks and YMCA!!!
This westward image into RMNP from Bible Point reveals Front Range peaks poking through the clouds: Thatchtop, Otis, Hallett, and Flattop Mtn are most visible.
Time to head down! YMCA Bible Point hikers trek down the moist slope that is otherwise normally dry and dusty! Today, very pleasant hiking conditions prevailed!
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