Description: The “Great Wall of Woodland Park” This is a road cut when entering Woodland Park from East Hwy 24. A very interesting color and erosional pattern makes this a photogenic section of Road. It often has quite nice cloud shadow mottling. The amazing “ghost” car in the detail gives a good idea of scale.
Date and time of photograph(s): 5/12/2012 11:00 AM Pan Directions N => E => SE
Description: DIFFICULT ACCESS This is one of those sights worth the hike. Ample parking at the Crags campground- but expect to lug your gear 600 yards to get were this pan was taken: Farther to get closer. A popular climbing spot. It is nearly universally mis pronounced locally as the: Craigs. I don’t know who this Craig is (or was)
Date and time of photograph(s): 7/12/2012 4:10 PM Pan Directions N => E => SE Description: This is the double tunnel that appears on the tourist brochure. The Pan was taken dead center of the road so that both shafts are visible. The reverse is also exactly in the center of the road. The detail is a 180° from between the two tunnels.
Date and time of photograph(s): 7/12/2012 3:50 PM
Pan Directions S => W => N
Description: Perhaps my favorite spot on 11 mile canyon road. You pass through a keyhole (Detail1) and then almost directly over an iron trestle bridge. Below you passes the South Platte River= running wild through a deep rock canyon. Good place to fish too, I hear. Detail 2 is off the road to the North giving a better view of the bridge and gorgeous waters.
Shot Location:N 39⁰ 04.987’ W 105⁰ 06.211’ Elevation: 7847’
Date and time of photograph(s): Sept, 19, 2011 3:15 pm Pan Directions: NE -> E -> SE
Description: Second Cluster of Hoodoosat Painted Rocks Campground near Woodland Park Colorado. Pikes Peak and San Isabel National Forest. These spires- between 15 and 20’ tall dot the area. Good access and Parking.