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Photo Essay: The Loch Vale, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

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The Loch (10,192′), also known as Loch Vale, is located in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. It feeds on Icy Brook, which originates from Taylor Glacier, and is joined by Andrews Creek, which flows from Andrews Glacier. The Loch area lies on a convergence of valleys carved by the Andrews and Taylor Glaciers right below the continental divide.

Here’s my photo essay from my hike on July 12, 2020.