Sangre De Cristo Wilderness Area, Colorado
Sunrise lights Crestone Needle (L, 14,191'), Crestone Peak (R, 14,294') and Humboldt Peak in the foreground (14,064'). Humboldt is in my opinion one of Colorado's finest alpine wonderland viewpoints, with countless Sangre De Cristo giants, including the iconic Crestones piercing the skyline. To reach Humboldt by sunrise, we left our camp in the South Colony Lakes area at around 3:30 a.m., arriving just in time for warm first light. This image was the cover for the 20i3 Skyline Press Fourteener Calendar. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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