Stone Lake

August 14, 2005

Sarah and I spent another weekend backpacking in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. It's only 30 minutes west of Boulder, but because we started on the west side of the wilderness area we had to drive two and a half hours (on the highest continuous road in the US) to get there. We started in Arapaho Bay, along the Continental Divide Trail, and hiked towards Stone Lake, an isolated lake close to the southern boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. We didn't see anyone else for over a day.

Categories: Colorado, Indian Peaks Wilderness