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Drive almost 200 miles to Aspen via Interstate 70 west, spending the night in Maroon Bells, a glacier valley surrounded by 14,000-foot peaks.
Maroon Bells National Park in Aspen Maroon Bells National Park in Aspen TTHERE'S a beautiful light fading across the mountains tonight as applause erupts and the cowboys take centre stage.
After one of her store visits, she stopped by the Maroon Bells outside of Snowmass, Colo.
If you're a good skier, at the top of Highland on Aspen Mountain there's a restaurant called Cloud Nine that has a great view of the Maroon Bells, a famous mountain and lake.
Fall Fest's colorful packaging depicts a backpacker travelling through the golden aspen trees near the Maroon Bells in Aspen.
Robert Christie, a Lancaster, New Hampshire, physician who accompanied more than half a dozen Trail Riders expeditions as trip doctor, recalled a harrowing climb up the flanks of the Maroon Bells, rugged Colorado mountains known for their spectacular alpine wildflowers.
Thinking it couldn't get any better, we pedaled on to Eco Pond, where we discovered we were wrong: Eco ranks right up there in beauty with Aspen's Maroon Bells and Big Sur's misty, mountainous coastline.
From the tops of the mountain slopes to the depths of the swimming pool, from the glitter of Aspen and the breathtaking vista of Maroon Bells to the natural beauty of a trap-shooting range in a peaceful valley, the 141 veterans who attended the clinic February 11-16 made an important discovery: "We can do it
Maroon Bells Trail Reconstruction and Restoration Project, Colorado Fourteeners Initiative/Ute Mountaineer
The Ranch features breathtaking views of Snowmass and Maroon Bells (near Aspen) to the south and Beaver Creek, Vail and the Gore Range to the west.
Around a bend, I was knocked out by the view: the dark red Maroon Bells edged by golden aspens, the peaks dusted with snow.