United States TR - Ute Crossing

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Erik Stensland

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This location is at about 11,000 ft (3353 m) above sea level and provides a great view of Longs Peak over the tundra. It lies on part of what was the old Ute Trail, a foot trail that was used for over 10,000 years to cross this part of the Continental Divide. The Ute Indians are thought to have used this trail for thousands of years.

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