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Mineral County Colorado Historical Markers

 
View to the southeast from Lobo Overlook image, Touch for more information
By Duane Hall, October 9, 2010
View to the southeast from Lobo Overlook
Colorado (Mineral County), South Fork — Continental Divide Trail
Adventure! Hiking the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail offers you an enormous challenge.      Beginning at Mexico’s border in southern New Mexico, the country’s longest National Scenic Trail wanders through Colorado, Wyoming, and Idaho, . . . — Map (db m71661) HM
Colorado (Mineral County), South Fork — History of a Road
Wolf Creek Pass! A romantic name - a beautiful but harsh setting.      Squatter-trapper Bill Wolf probably wasn't the first man across the pass, though it bears his name. Until the early 1900's, Cumbres and Elwood Passes opened the way to fertile . . . — Map (db m71659) HM
Colorado (Mineral County), South Fork — The Great Divide
Water! Every drop has a destiny via the continent’s backbone: the Continental Divide.      With a foot on each side of the bronze line below, you are symbolically straddling the spine of the Western Hemisphere. In North America the Divide follows . . . — Map (db m71660)

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