Photos of the Week: Upper Onahu Creek Bridge
The photos for this week are of the upper or second bridge on the Onahu Creek Trail about two and a half miles up from the Onahu Trail Head in Rocky Mountain National Park
The Onahu Creek Trail provides a relaxing break from the work-a-day world. Located off of Trail Ridge Road in the western section of the Park, only a few miles from the Grand Lake Entrance, the Onahu Trail Head is also a starting place for the loop hike of Onahu and Green Mountain trails, a nice 8 mile walk through the forest along two drainages, the Onahu and the Tonahutu.
Here's a couple of links describing the hike:
Onahu Bridge in a covering of winter snow:
Keywords: Bob Fergeson, Colorado, Grand Lake, Onahu, Onahu Creek, Rocky Mountain National Park, Trail Ridge Road, bridge, creek, hiking, landscape photography, nostalgiawest, snow, trees
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