tundra, Rocky Mountain National Park, peaks

Rocky Mountain Rescue Group #WATWB

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Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park

People are attracted to Colorado by its wild nature. Winter brings ski and avalanche hazards; warm months bring raging rivers, rock climbing, mountaineering, and wilderness hiking. It isn’t hard to get in over your head, accidentally a slip, threaten a bear, or make a mistake that turns your adventure into a life-threatening situation. Thank goodness the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group is able to handle whatever situation comes up. It takes bravery, skill, teamwork, a level head, and extreme dedication. But you can’t hire these rescuers, they are volunteers, just there to help out. This article from Westword Magazine tells it all:

tundra, Rocky Mountain National Park, peaks
Rocky Mountain National Park – tundra in the foreground and mountain peaks in the background.


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  1. Volunteers have saved the lives of so many in mountainous environments. People don’t always realise how quickly the weather can change, or how easy it is to get lost.

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