Provided by the Colorado Department of Transportation The day after government agencies announced that the highway from Echo Lake to the summit of Mount Evans will remain Mwm looking for a change to motorists this year due to coronavirus concerns, Evergreen cyclist Campbell Levy decided it was a perfect time to do the classic but arduous ascent.
Cyclists will have the road mostly to themselves this summer, although hikers also are allowed, and CDOT will be doing some maintenance work. Road work is Sex near Garstang expected to hamper cyclists on the winding, mile stretch of road that climbs more than 3, feet to the summit at 14, feet.
Evans is the 14th-tallest peak in Colorado. The road is mostly clear of snow, Levy said, except for three or four patches that were easy to get. I highly recommend it.
The wildlife is all over the place right. The mountain goats and bighorn sheep, I saw everything, all with babies.
Aaron Montoya, Denver Post file CDOT spokeswoman Presley Fowler said the agencies managing the highway saw the closure as an opportunity to do road maintenance that cannot be done when motor vehicles are using the road, such as pothole filling and replacing lane delineators that will put the road in better condition for next year than Finding the right girl in Schaumburg Illinois would have been without the closure.
They also saw it as a unique opportunity for recreationalists. The road is closed to motorists this summer due to coronavirus. Provided by Campbell Levy Cyclists should apply the same rules they would on any other fourteener: be off the summit by noon to avoid afternoon thunderstorms, and understand the climb is an Milf who needs a boy toy, high-altitude challenge.
The steep descent is challenging, too, because of road damage.