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Senior Allison Mann of Liberty High School runs through Bear Creek while competing in class 5A girls' 5k during the 2016 Cheyenne Mountain Stampede at Bear Creek Park on Friday, August 26, 2016. Mann placed first with a time of 18:41.4. The Liberty senior, who literally found a second wind in her running career, ran away with the fastest girls' time at the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede in 18 minutes, 41 seconds. Comment?
Clouds piled 12 miles into the mountain sky unleashed a deluge on July 31, 1976, setting off the most powerful flood since glaciers retreated 10,000 years ago. The chaos along an otherwise trickling Big Thompson River killed 144 people, five of whom were never found, and carved out a chapter in the history books as Colorado's deadliest natural disaster. Comment?
Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park's 415 square miles encompass and protect spectacular mountain environments. Enjoy Trail Ridge Road - which crests over 12,000 feet including many overlooks to experience the subalpine and alpine worlds - along with over 300 miles of hiking trails, wildflowers, wildlife, starry nights, and fun times. Comment?
Trail Ridge Road: Those heading into Rocky Mountain National Park are well-advised to check out the 48-mile drive that spans the mountains between Grand Lake and Estes Park, cresting at 12,183 feet. It's not uncommon to see elk, marmots and even moose or bear. Comment?
The Denver Post reports that organizers on Saturday unveiled the route for the six-day race that covers nearly 30,000 vertical feet. Cyclists will begin on June 12 in Carbondale and pass through Aspen, Copper Mountain, Grand Lake, and Estes Park and end on June 17 in Fort Collins. Comment?
In this Jan. 16, 2013, file photo, rock climbers scale a cliff in Joshua Tree National Park, in Twentynine Palms, Calif. Popular climbing spots from Yosemite to Joshua Tree to Rocky Mountain National Park have one problem in common that seasoned rock climbers call a "ticking time-bomb" - aging climbing anchors. Comment?
Jerilyn Jorgensen, violinist, and Cullan Bryant, pianist, will present the complete cycle of Beethoven Sonatas for piano and violin during the upcoming season. The first concert is in Colorado Springs Nov. 10. Jerilyn Jorgensen, violinist, and Cullan Bryant, pianist, will on Nov. 10 perform the first concert of a season during which they plan to present the complete cycle of Beethoven Sonatas for piano and violin. Comment?
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