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Are Colorado mountain wildflowers at their color peak?

Mountain dryad, a member of the rose family, grows on rocky alpine slopes.
Mountain dryad, a member of the rose family, grows on rocky alpine slopes.
Photo credit: Via CC 2.0 license, flickr.com/photos/sgilsdorf

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  • G 5 years ago

    Great info. I was just planning whether to hike this weekend or wait.

  • Susan Rogers 5 years ago

    Here in Golden we have some Indian paintbrush on South Table Mountain. It comes back every year in the same spot.

  • Herman 5 years ago

    Great info !

  • Linda 5 years ago

    It is beautiful here in the Black Hills, too.

  • sue 5 years ago

    Thanks for sharing all your knowledge on the flowers and so many more things of interest!

  • Kit 5 years ago

    Any idea how Shrine Pass is now with wildflowers?

  • Idaho Spg Mtn Living Examiner 5 years ago

    Hi Kit, Sorry, but I've not been up to Shrine Pass lately to report on those wildflowers. I do know that the flowers are peaking right now (July 19) above 10,000 ft. A friend just took some amazing photos at Lake Isabelle - Indian Peaks Wilderness area.

  • DN 5 years ago

    WOW! Great info!

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