Colorado's Sawatch Range Lakes

Perhaps as proof that high mountain air is likely to induce euphoria, Charlie Meyers waxes on about hiking in to Colorado’s hidden trout lakes in the Denver Post. “Upon further review, this one appeared on the map just south of Cottonwood Pass where a thin ribbon of blue squiggled down from the Continental Divide. It is an intimate little lake with a granite island in the middle, a perfect place for emptying the ashtrays of the mind. When the surface is calm, it glistens like an eye into the earth.”

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