By Amy Law

ISBN-10: 1540213552

ISBN-13: 9781540213556

ISBN-10: 1626199353

ISBN-13: 9781626199354

comprised of 1929 to 1932 and opened to travelers and drivers the subsequent 12 months, path Ridge highway earned rapid inclusion one of the scenic wonders of the realm. the hot direction in the course of the park the traditional path throughout Tombstone Ridge and provided viewers breathtaking perspectives and a privileged glimpse at special ecosystems. this day, path Ridge street endures as a very otherworldly position. it's the country�s optimum non-stop paved street, peaking at over twelve thousand toes and working forty-eight miles. sign up for writer Amy legislations on a journey around the Continental Divide and during the historical past of Colorado�s most famed byway.

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