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Photo Tours

The arch without the crowds in photo

Arches and Canyonlands – Photography Workshop

Milky Way Night Sky Photo Workshop

Night Sky Photo Tour

Photo Workshop in Crested Butte

Aspen Gold – Colorado in Autumn

Alpine photography tours

Custom Built Photo Tour

Wild Horse Photography Tours Colorado

Colorado Wild Horses Photo Tour

Great Sand Dunes and Sandhill Cranes Photo Tour

Great Sand Dunes Photo Tour

Wildlife photo tours in the Rocky Mountains

RMNP / Mt. Evans Photo Tour

Mount Kingston & Jones Peak, Colorado
Off Road Jeep Tour & Photo Tour

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Mount Kingston Peak trail begins only 1 hour outside of Denver, yet takes us far into Rocky Mountain alpine tundra.  It’s a great adventure and full of beautiful photographic opportunities.  

In mid-late summer the tundra fills with alpine flowers allowing us to work on floral closeup and macro images.  

If you have the motivation to wake up early (really early) we can reach the top of the trail in time for sunrise breaking over the Eastern plains for a truly perfect morning light.

Willing to hike?  About 1/3 the way (North to South) you’ll find a monster of a view along with the James Peak Trailhead. A fun hike down this steep trail brings you to multiple lakes, streams and waterfalls. It’s very lush here as it continues to be nourished by melting snows throughout the summer.  An amazing oasis in what is usually a dry tundra landscape. Wildflowers are many and so too is the wildlife (marmot, pika, birds and more).  Be aware, while this is not a long trail, the altitude, steepness and rocky terrain makes this unsuitable for those not in good shape.

Notes:

  • Mount Kingston Peak Trail gets very high in elevation and as such the trail stays packed with snow late into the summer season.  Usually this destination is accessible from Mid/Late June until late September.
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