On our way to Rocky Mountain National Park, we passed through the town of Granby and cruised by Lake Granby.
There were lots of interesting geological formations on the side of the road.
Granby kind of snuck up on us.
We wanted to stop, but time was slipping away. If we didn’t get to Rocky Mountain National Park before they closed, we would have to find a different route to Wyoming, and also, it would defy the original principle of our trip: to stay as close as possible to the Continental Divide. Rocky Mountain Nat’l Park has a pass that is over 12,000 ft in elevation!