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I always love to see Hallett Peak and Flattop Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park. The peaks are so gorgeous! It reminds me of high and austere the mountains are, especially in the winter.  Hallett Peak (on the left) is over 12,00 feet in elelvaton.

We’ve hiked up Flattop Mountain and Hallett Peak¬†many times. What a gorgeous hike! Have you ever hiked these?

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5 Responses to “Hallett Peak And Flattop Mountain In Rocky Mountain National Park”

  1. Debra Niedbalski says:

    What a beautiful view! I hear it’s snowing out there, will you please post some photos of the area covered in a blanket of snow?

  2. Carl G says:

    Mel, My daughter and I made it to Dream Lake and the Loch on the previous day this past November. I’d love to go further but coming from a low elevation (New Orleans), we weren’t able to get further without a longer period of altitude acclimation. We only had 2 days and thats the best we could do. Next year, we’ll try to come more prepared for longer and higher hikes. Love your pictures – please keep them coming!!

  3. Manny says:

    This superb shot puts me in mind of an opened camera shutter, taking a timed exposure and about to close.

  4. Kathleen says:

    What a gorgeous picture! The power of the mountains is felt thru your photo. Thanks!

  5. Mel says:

    I will post some snow photographs later today or tomorrow as we are waiting to be plowed out (over a foot of new snow fell at our home). Mel

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