It never fails to terrify me. This curve as we travel up Red Grade road to the mountains. The road's built on the side of the mountain - we climb higher and higher at a rapid rate and this curve makes a 90 degree turn and it seems like you're going out over the edge. It's been improved somewhat, it used to be loose gravel, but it doesn't help my heart - it's still terrifying.
Another shot from inside (I'm trying to distract myself at this point!)
Once we get on top it's worth it. We meander around the lower elevations of the Cloud Peak Wilderness area.
Only occasionally do we then have a glimpse here and there of where we have been less than an hour ago.
The wildflowers were beautiful. It was a good day. It was worth the terror. Diane