Adventurer Kim Fenske is back on the road, exploring the San Juans
Story and photos by Kim Fenske
Among the rugged southwestern mountains of Colorado lie three Fourteeners: El Diente, 14,159 feet; Mount Wilson, 14,246 feet; and Wilson Peak, 14,017 feet.Since I had never visited this section of Colorado, I prepared a trip into the area with a plan to hike to Navajo Lake at the base of these three magnificent peaks.The three peaks are situated near Telluride in the Lizard Head Wilderness Area of the San Juan Mountains.
The drive from Copper Mountain is about three hundred miles, so I decided to break up the trip by heading west toward Grand Junction, then turning south to camp on the Grand Mesa. Several campgrounds lie among the small lakes trapped in the highlands of Grand Mesa National Forest on State Highway 65 north…
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