Great View but ve aware that the roads to this National Monument are very hilly and windy but beautiful views. The altitude is over 10,000 feet so be aware of this if you decide to hike. Even in Late June there was snow on the ground and it had snowed 3" the day before. Stop at the visitor's center for the best view and there is a walk way by the visitor's center. You'll see the view that appears in most of the pictures of the park. There are several overlooks where you can stop and look. There are also several hiking trails but the park is only open 4 months of the year so check before you go because the roads are generally closed.
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