Colorado Front Range Panoramic Golden Sunset Canvas Print with black floater frame size 20″×60″
Scenic panoramic landscape view in the late winter season early March above Boulder County of the snow dusted Colorado Rocky Mountains continental divide on the front range with a golden sunset sky.
Rocky Mountain Facts:
The Rocky Mountains is a series of one hundred plus separate mountain ranges, rather than a single, long chain of mountains.
The Rockies go 3000 miles through two countries, from British Columbia and Alberta in Canada through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and down to New Mexico in the United States.
Distinguished by the Continental Divide, which makes its way through the mountains and separates the basins of the streams that flow down to the Pacific to the west and Atlantic Oceans. to the east.
Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 415 square miles (1,075 km), just a small fragment of the whole mountain range, in northern Colorado.
A 107-year old tea house still stands in Rocky Mountain National Park! In 1913, Ann Wolfram constructed it above a valley in Lake Louise for passing travelers.
Rocky Mountains’ climate is so unpredictable that snow can fall as late as June or July at high altitudes.
Depending on the landscape and time of the year, the temperature can jump between 95°F to -38°F.
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Colorado Front Range Continental Divide Panoramic Golden Sunset Canvas Print with beautiful black floater frame size 20″×60″.
Artist grade canvas with solid canvas front and sealed finish backing, ready to hang.
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