End of Weeks #17 – 19 – Guess the Byway Photo Contest


We have two Winners!

Congratulations to Brenda Phelps and Maria Sharp! Both Facebook friends who correctly guessed that thes photos posted in last week’s contest were taken along the 1) Trail of the Ancients, 2) Cache la Poudre and 3) Guanella Pass Byways.

Week 17

These two photos were taken along the Trail of the Ancients. This byway is along the southwestern corner of Colorado and includes several Anasazi ruins as well as the Four Corners area.

Photo 33: Momma and Jr ranger chatting with a curious crowd in one of the cliff dwellings in Mesa Verde National Park.

 

 

 
Scenic Byways Photo ContestPhoto 34: The Galloping Goose railroad located in Dolores, which is the northern most point of the byway. This point also intersects with the San Juan Skyway.

 

 

Week 18

These two photos were taken along the Cache la Poudre Byway. This byway can be found in the north central region of the state and features Colorado’s only federally designated wild and scenic river.

Photo 35: The Flowers House is located on the eastern end of the byway in the small town of Bellevue.

 

 

 

Scenic Byways Photo ContestPhoto 36: Two moose were spotted at the western end of the Cache la Poudre Byway just west of the town of Walden. Moose have grown in numbers in the northern part of the state and can be seen if you are looking hard enough.

 

 

Week 19

These two photos were taken along the Guanella Pass Byway. This byway can be found in the central Front Range region of the state and features an historic mining town, as well as a well-hiked 14,000 foot peak.

Photo 37: My riding buddies and I decided to ride this byway by motorcycle. There are many tight twists and turns along this byway. This particular stopping point was along one of the hairpins and featured a history marker describing the Clear Creek water shed area.

 

 

Photo 38: Georgetown is an historic mining town on the northern end of the byway. This quaint town is bustling year-round with tons of summer and winter activities.

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