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Georgia Pass, Summit County
Spruce-Fir island in the subalpine zone at Georgia Pass. Georgia Pass is located on Forest Road 355 on the border between Jefferson and Summit Counties. Ute and Arapaho native Americans first used the pass but after 1803 it was used by explorers, miners and trappers. Before Colorado became a territory, it was the boundary between Kansas and Utah. A toll road over the pass was established in 1861, but was abandoned soon after. Photo by Mo Ewing
View from Harley Pass to Snowmass Peak
This is a view from Harley Pass overlooking the trail through meadows of wall-to-wall wildflowers and beyond to Snowmass Peak. Snowmass Peak is often mistaken for Snowmass Mountain, the ski area, but it is actually a lower end of Hagerman's Peak eastern edge; 13,019-feet high. Photo by Loraine Yeatts