How well do you know your historic sites?! Each month a different photo of a historic site will be featured here. Photographs are typically provided by GTC members.
Photo credit: GTC member Ron Ruhoff
The following clues should help get you started:
- This was a small mining camp, laid out in 1881, and only lasted until the early 1890’s
- The site is located in a high-valley within the Elk Mountain Range
- It is known for the fine (albeit faraway) view of the backside of the famous Maroon Bells Peaks
- Elevation of the site is approximately 10,600′
Can you identify the Mystery Photo above? Email and let us know!
Do you have a photo that you would like featured as a GTC Mystery Photo? Please email it to us!