It was a 14 mile skinny road with no guardrails. This road is also very popular with cyclists. I couldn't imagine biking up a mountain.
We had such great weather and could see for miles.
As we got closer to the top we had to keep a look out for mountain goats. They are popular in this area. Kara was the first to spot them. Can you see them in the picture below?
There were a bunch of them on the side of the mountain. We drove up a bit so we could climb down to see them.
I decided to stay near the top and enjoy the view.
|I loved all the wild flowers!|
|There was a baby goat too! Soooooo cute!|
We made it to the top (of the road)!
But you can climb up 1/4 mile more to the tippy top of the mountain. The air was thin up there and it seemed like a lot farther to me.
On top of each mountain higher than 14,000ft, there is a cache with a cardboard sign. The kids climbed to the highest rock for the picture! It was a bit windy.
The goat and its baby were right next to road on the way down!
We stopped to stretch our legs at the