Fall Bluelining in Colorado

“One finds another form of freedom in these high places. Since these headwaters nearly always involve public lands, there’s never a question of access. All that’s required to claim them is a bit of research and the willingness to walk. Where this involves those special places at high elevation, getting there is a large part of the fun.” Charlie Meyers describes using your feet to trace the squiggly blue lines of topo maps as one of the great pleasures of fall, especially in a year like this one. In the Denver Post.

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