Sea Wind Canoe on the Loveland Pass

31 Aug

Last Sunday, when returning from the Colorado River Race in Glenwood Canyon, I drove over the Loveland Pass to avoid delays in the Eisenhower Tunnel. It didn’t help much. I was still stuck in a traffic below the tunnel. However, I enjoyed a few stops at highway 6 at and below the Loveland Pass. It was foggy, cloudy and mysterious. Time to time I could see the slow traffic on the Interstate 25 below.

This year, I paddled my Sea Wind Canoe in the Colorado River Race. I got a really good workout there. The race was dominated by SUPs (stand-up paddlers). You can find some pictures from the race and more commentary on the Fitness Paddling blog.

Loveland Pass

Loveland Pass

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Related posts:
Colorado River 2011 Race Dominated by SUPs (Stand-Up Paddlers)
Slide show: Colorado River Race
10 Mile River Race in 60 Seconds – Thunderbolt Kayak in the Glenwood Canyon

Colorado River Race - SUP start

paddling with a camera

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