The Colorado Trail, my way

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The Colorado Trail, my way

486 miles of toil done by myriad methods
Karli Foreman takes a break above Taylor Lake, near Kennebec Pass, on her next-to-last day of running the Colorado Trail with friend Taylor Graham. The two completed the 486-mile trail after 19 days running and two days backpacking (they were forced to skip two sections closed by wildfire the first time through).
The Colorado Trail features high prairies and tundra, as well as spectacular mountains. Karli Foreman cruises across Snow Mesa, a section of the 486-mile trail northwest of Creede, earlier this summer.
Lynn Prebble, followed by her husband, Mark, nears the end of her 486-mile Colorado Trail trek this summer. “I feel at home in the wilderness,” says Lynn, 61, who has climbed all of Colorado’s mountains higher than 13,000 feet.

The Colorado Trail, my way

Karli Foreman takes a break above Taylor Lake, near Kennebec Pass, on her next-to-last day of running the Colorado Trail with friend Taylor Graham. The two completed the 486-mile trail after 19 days running and two days backpacking (they were forced to skip two sections closed by wildfire the first time through).
The Colorado Trail features high prairies and tundra, as well as spectacular mountains. Karli Foreman cruises across Snow Mesa, a section of the 486-mile trail northwest of Creede, earlier this summer.
Lynn Prebble, followed by her husband, Mark, nears the end of her 486-mile Colorado Trail trek this summer. “I feel at home in the wilderness,” says Lynn, 61, who has climbed all of Colorado’s mountains higher than 13,000 feet.
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