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Last updated 9/30/2020 at 11:33am

Karin Hill

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Karin Hill

A lot of people drove into the nearby hills and mountains this weekend to view the fall leaves. These photos were taken on Sept. 26 along Hwy. 67 between Mueller State Park and Cripple Creek. Mueller State Park representatives said about half of their trees had peaked over the weekend, so there is still time to see the aspens in their golden glory. Meanwhile in Cripple Creek, the Two Mile High Club held a self-guided tour of aspen country, gold camp history and donkey feedings (below). The event, which helps raise money to care for the wild donkeys that roam the town, will continue the weekend of Oct. 3-4. Start at the District Museum or the Heritage Center.

 

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