Peak(s):  Maroon Peak  -  14,163 feet
North Maroon Peak  -  14,022 feet
Date Posted:  09/24/2012
Date Climbed:   09/23/2012
Author:  Kevin Baker
 The Maroons Bells Traverse: A Photo Journey   

There are tons of trip reports on the Bells Traverse to be perused here. Here is the journey in picture form only going S to N. It was my second time on the traverse, and this time I stayed on the high route. The aspens were amazing!

Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
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Comments or Questions
09/25/2012 03:36
Sweet pics.

Nice video
09/25/2012 03:54
I always wonder how you put together such sophisticated productions so fast! And while you're right about the plethora of reports out there, you're one of the folks who I'd trust to supply some truly useful beta. (Hey, I still plan to get there one of these days!)

Love the fall colors!
09/25/2012 13:07
Great pics, love the fall colors and yellow aspens.
We daw a rainbow at the same spot a few weeks ago.
Yes there are lots of pics, but we always like to see more.(at least I do.)

Very nice report!
09/25/2012 18:55
I kind of like the slide show better than the typical TR with pictures and comments. The traverse is definetely in my list for next year. How cool that rainbow... and the colors... Thanks for posting!

09/30/2012 13:27
Great photos!

Putting on a show!
09/30/2012 16:53
Thanks for a very nice TR! I met the two of you at Maroon lake on your way out. What a great day in the valley.

Biting Nails
06/27/2013 12:20
Super cool vid. This seals it. I am not going to try this

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