The Pasqueflowers Are Blooming On Black Canyon Trail On Lumpy Ridge In RMNP

It was a gorgeous sunny day with the forecast in the low 60s. Phil and I got our cameras out and went wildflower hunting on Black Canyon Trail. It’s a gorgeous trail with views of Twin Owls and Lumpy Ridge.

We found many new buds with wildflowers to come but this one was just beautiful! The Pasqueflower is one of the first wildflowers to bloom in the spring. We got there early when there was still some dew and ice particles on the closed Pasqueflowers. But as the day warmed up, the flowers bloomed and this is what I got.  I thought it was just spectacular! What a beautiful flower and such a nice welcome to spring.

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2 thoughts on “The Pasqueflowers Are Blooming On Black Canyon Trail On Lumpy Ridge In RMNP”

  1. Thanks for the nice comment, Manny! It’s such a treat to see a new wildflower after a long winter…you know that spring is just around the corner! (although we had a huge hailstorm last night with the mountain thunder and incredible lightening…just like summer!) Mel

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