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Delta County Table

RESOURCES

http://www.summitpost.org/article/253395/pictures-in-tables-on-pages-oh-my.html

PeakElevationLand Agency/Access
Lamborn, Mount11,396'NF
Crater Peak11,327'NF
Hatten, Mount11,310'NF
Darline, Mount11,306'NF
Crag Crest11,189'NF
Chalk Mountain11,146'NF
UN 11,10611,106'NF
UN 11,01011,010'NF
Priest Mountain10,982'NF
UN 10,98010,980'NF
Terror Benchmark10,935'NF
UN 10,85510,855'NF
Spruce Mountain10,833'NF
Landsend Peak10,806'NF
Green Mountain10,802'NF
UN 10,62310,623'NF
UN 10,42010,420'NF
Electric Mountain10,304'NF
UN 10,24510,245'NF
Doughty Mountain10,111'NF
Oil Well Mountain10,085'NF
South Saddle Peak10,005'NF
North Saddle Peak9,728'NF
UN 9,5229,522'NF
Chimney Rocks9,380'NF
Oak Mesa9,295'PRIV
UN 9,0709,070'PRIV
Durkee Ridge8,860'UNK
UN 8,7878,787'BLM
Spaulding Peak8,583'UNK
UN 8,3438,343'NF
Jumbo Mountain8,275'BLM/NF/PRIV
Wilbanks Mesa8,174'UNK
McDonald Mesa8,139'UNK
Iron Point8,100'NF
Needle Rock7,874'BLM
Fry Mesa7,500'NF
Black Ridge7,470'BLM
Youngs Peak7,420'BLM
Redlands Mesa7,420'UNK
Cedar Mesa7,380'UNK
Wakefield Mesa7,165'UNK
Elephant Hill7,056'BLM
UN 6,9916,991'BLM
UN 6,8696,869'BLM
Lennox Mesa6,850'UNK
Beebe Mesa6,710'UNK
Crawford Mesa6,609'UNK
UN 6,5806,580'NF
Grand View Mesa6,518'BLM?
UN 6,5106,510'BLM
Petrie Mesa6,441'BLM
UN 6,4306,430'NF
January Mesa6,430'UNK
Redtop Peak6,380'BLM/PRIV
Bluenose Mesa6,340'UNK
Stucker Mesa6,340'UNK
Negro Mesa6,326'UNK
Scenic Mesa6,307'UNK
Cedar Hill6,180'CITY
Lamborn Mesa6,100'UNK
Cottonwood Mesa6,050'UNK
Rogers Mesa6,030'UNK
Barrow Mesa6,010'UNK
Doctor Mesa5,934'UNK
UN 5,9165,916'BLM
UN 5,8705,870'BLM
Antelope Hill5,850'PRIV
Powell Mesa5,850'UNK
Bone Mesa5,850'BLM
Stewart Mesa5,810'UNK
Devils Thumb5,810'BLM
Spurlin Mesa5,810'UNK
UN 5,7935,793'BLM
Escalante Rim5,780'BLM/WILDERNESS AREA
UN 5,7105,710'BLM
UN 5,6845,684'BLM
Adobe Buttes 5,630'UNK
Smiths Mountain5,628'BLM
Dominguez Rim5,627'BLM/WILDERNESS AREA
Hanson Mesa5,590'PRIV
UN 5,5515,551'BLM
UN 5,4505,450'BLM
McCarty Bench5,380'UNK
Garnet Mesa5,230'UNK

ROUTE OVERVIEW TABLE

RouteMileageElevation GainProsCons
Via Barr Trail14.5 miles RT3,800 ft.Clean and straightforward routeLong route with a lot of elevation gain; lower sections of route very crowded and parking at TH is extremely limited
Via Pikes Peak Toll Way12 miles RT (approximate)2,400 ft.Slightly shorter with less elevation gainOverall more twists and turns; more demanding of navigation skills; requires intermittent off-trail portions and linking together of vague, lightly used trails

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CAMPGROUND OVERVIEW

Campground NameElevationSitesNightly RateSeasonNotes
St. Charles8,800 ft.15$15may through OctoberNear Lake Isabel Recreation Area
Ophir8,900 ft.30$15Late May to early SeptemberClosest to Rudolph Mtn; Very close to Bishop's Castle
Davenport8,500 ft.12$13Late May to early SeptemberClose to Ophir CG; next closest to Rudolph Mtn.
Oak Creek7,600 ft.16FreeYear-RoundLowest elevation; Closest to Cañon City; No water
La Vista8,600 ft.27$15-$19 (RV)Mid-April through Mid-OctoberOnly CG in San Isabel NF with electric hookups

South Tarryall Table

RouteApproximate MileageApproximate Elevation GainSpecial NoteDriving Directions
Spruce Grove8.5 miles roundtrip2,700ft.Begins beautifully by crossing the Taryall Creek on a footbridge From Lake George on Hwy 24 turn north on Park County 77 and travel for approximately 16 miles.
Twin Eagles9 miles roundtrip2,600 ft.A nearby option to Spruce Grove trailheadFrom Lake George on Hwy 24 turn north on Park County 77 and travel for approximately 16 miles.
Goose Creek9 miles roundtrip3,200 ft.More even grade to Hankins Pass than western side; intimate view of Hayman BurnFrom US Highway 285 turn south at Pine Junction on to Jefferson County Road 126. Take Jefferson County 126 south for approximately 22 miles to Forest Road 211, also known as the Matukat Road. Travel west on Matukat Road approximately 14 miles to the trailhead.

Spencer Peak

RouteMileageElevation GainSpecial NoteDriving Directions
Molas Lake Direct5 miles roundtrip2,044 ft.The shortest, most direct route with least elevation gainFrom Silverton, Hwy 550 south to signed turnoff for Little Molas Lake (turn right/west-northwest). Continue 1 mile to lake parking.
Bear Creek9 miles roundtrip3,474 ft.Includes a loss of 150 feet; greatest overall elevation gainFrom Silverton, Hwy 550 north about 1.5 miles to gauging station. Parking may be questionable.
Via Lime-Bear Basin9 miles roundtrip2,246 ft.Includes a loss of 521 feet en route; might make nice loop with Molas DirectFrom Silverton, Hwy 550 south to signed turnoff for Little Molas Lake (turn right/west-northwest). Continue 1 mile to lake parking.

Mount Deception

RouteMileageElevation GainSpecial NoteDriving Directions
Summer Eastern Slopes.6 miles roundtrip416 ft.The shortest, most direct route with least elevation gainFrom Rampart Range Road, go west on Hotel Gulch Road about 1.5 miles to a non-descript turnoff to a casual camping area and park. (Campsite turnoff is at the highpoint of the road between 2 streams indicated on the map.)
Shoulder Season from Rampart Range3.6 miles roundtripNet loss of 19 feet (includes 352 feet of climbing and 371 feet of descent to reach summit)A good option when Rampart Range Road is open but Hotel Gulch is impassible due to snow/mud.From Rampart Range Road, go west on Hotel Gulch Road.
Winter from Hwy 674.7 miles roundtrip1,602 ft.Longest route with most elevation gain; suitable when roads to other routes are impassibleFrom Woodland Park, follow Hwy 67 about 5 miles north to Rt 79 turnoff. Turn east. Hotel Gulch Road will be on your right.

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"Windy Peak" Table

RouteApproximate MileageApproximate Elevation GainSpecial NoteDriving Directions
Burro Trail from Bridge Creek3.3 miles one-way1,100ft.Includes initial elevation gain then loss before beginning the real climbFrom the visitor's center, travel 2 miles east-northeast. Trailhead on the left.
Burro Trail from Nott Creek3 miles one-way1,200 ft.Ascends the southeastern slopes of the peak, perhaps avoiding the worst of the summer heatFrom the visitor's center, travel 2.75 miles east-northeast. Trailhead on the left.
Buffalo Trail from Rifleman-Phillips Trailhead3 miles one-way150 ft.Though this route starts high, it begins by losing considerable elevation prior to climbing north then east.From the visitor's center, follow Mountain Base Road approximately 8 miles to the Rifleman-Phillips Campground.

"Cupid" Route Overview

RouteMileageElevation GainSeasonal NoteDriving Directions
From Loveland Pass3 miles roundtrip1,203 ft.High ridge route provides relative avy safety in snow seasonFrom I-70, Exit #216 to Hwy 6 south about 4 miles to summit of pass.
Via Grizzly Gulch7 miles roundtrip2,565 ft.Not recommended during snow season due to avalanche dangerFrom I-70, Exit #221 to Rt. 321 (Stevens Gulch Road) south about 1 mile to turnoff on the west.

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Rogers from Summit Lake


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Tarryall Table

ImageMountainElevation
North Tarryall Peak11902 ft.
 Topaz Mountain11687 ft.
“Puma Peak”11570 ft.
“Little Puma”11449 ft.
Farnum Peak11377 ft.
South Tarryall Peak11206 ft.
“Burntop”11085 ft.
 Indian Mountain10358 ft.
 UN 1028910289 ft.
Observatory Rock10073 ft.
Sugarloaf Mountain D9951 ft.
UN 99289928 ft.
UN 9895 B9895 ft.
Eagle Rock9677 ft.
Baker Mountain9544 ft.

Tarryall Flora & Fauna


Bighorn Sheep bachelors and autumn color. Click on images to enlarge.

Snow Season in the Tarryall



Snowseason is a magical time in the Tarryall. Click on images to enlarge.



Centennial Cone

Access PointSpecial NoteDriving Directions
North AccessEquestrian parking; latrine From Golden, take Colorado Hwy. 93 north approximately 1 mile to Golden Gate Canyon Rd. Go west about 8 miles to Robinson Hill Rd. Travel west approx. 8 miles to Robinson Hill Rd. and turn left. Continue to Camino Perdido, which is the north access road into the park. The trailhead is approximately one mile to the south.
West AccessLimited automobile parking; latrineFrom West U.S. Hwy. 6 and State Hwy. 93 west of Golden, travel west on Hwy. 6 about 11 miles. Turn right at Hwy. 119, and travel about 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Douglas Mountain Road and travel about one mile to Centennial Cone Road. Turn right and go about 1 mile to Centennial Cone Rd.
South AccessCurrently closed for construction From West U.S. Hwy. 6 and State Hwy. 93 west of Golden, travel west on Hwy. 6 about 9 miles. The parking area is on the north side of Hwy. 6

Centennial Cone Film Strip

Late summer ladybug swarms on Centennial Cone
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Mount Esther Table

RouteApproximate MileageApproximate Elevation GainSpecial NoteDriving Directions
Mount Esther Trail5 miles roundtrip1,500 ft.Easier Steeper approach and better workout, but tougher to locate the trailhead.Mt. Esther TH on Mountain Rd. in Chipita Park, just south of the intersection with Picabo Rd.
Crow Gulch Routet4.25 miles roundtrip900 ft.Easy to locate trailhead with plenty of parking and mile elevation gain.Take Highway 24 to Cascade, Colorado. Follow the signs to Pikes Peak Highway, heading west at the traffic light.

Round Hill Filmstrip

Summit cairn / Buffalo Peaks / View from the treed summit
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Day Dreams

Area/RangeLocationWhy?
La Sal MountainsUtah, USAContrast of red rock desert and snow-clad alpine
White MountainsNew Hampshire, USATimeless classics
San GabrielsCalifornia, USAExperience what all the fuss is about
Cascade VolcanoesPacific NW, USAIcy beasts with huge elevation gain
Great Basin National ParkNevada, USAAlpine beauty rising from the desert floor
Big Bend National ParkTexas, USAFun scrambles in prickley terrain
Guadalupe Mountains Nation ParkTexas, USAWarmer spring or fall destination
High UintahsUtah, USASimply magical; dipped my toe, now I want to be dunked
Wasatch - NorthUtah, USAStrikingly beautiful, rustic peaks
Wasatch - CentralUtah, USAStrikingly beautiful, rustic peaks
Wasatch - SouthUtah, USAStrikingly beautiful, rustic peaks
Longfellow MountainsMaine, USALow-altitude treeline
Great Smoky Mountains National ParkTN & NC, USAHistory and nature all wrapped into one lovely package
Sierra NavadaCalifornia, USARugged, compelling landscape
Rocky Mountain National ParkColorado, USAClassic high-country splendor, so close to home
Shenandoah National ParkVirginia, USAHear a fiddle play that high lonesome sound
AdirondacksNew York, USAFacinating mountains so near to the mid-Atlantic metros
Death ValleyCalifornia, USAPleasantly desolate scenery and gonzo elevation gain
SawtoothsIdaho, USAWho doesn't want to wonder these wilderness pinnacles?
Teton RangeWyoming, USAOnce you've tasted this range, you're compelled to return
Wind River RangeWyoming, USAWho doesn't dream of these mountains?
Gore RangeColorado, USAIt's time to brave some core Gore

Mixing Text and Images

 
Closeup of a frosted rock outcrop
Closeup of a frosted rock outcrop
29 Mar 2009
From Colorado Avenue in Manitou Springs
  • Keep an eye out for the Cog Railway sign
  • Turn left onto Ruxton Ave
  • Follow Ruxton .7 miles to the Cog Railway
  • Drive past the Cog Railway building (on the left)
  • Turn right at the "Barr Trail Parking" sign
  • Follow up a short little steep road (Hydro Street) to the gravel parking area
 
Rock Outcrop en Route
Rock Outcrop en Route
29 Mar 2009

UN 10245 B Filmstrip

Left to right: Pikes Peak, from east; Runs-Down-Fast, Almagre; Wind-blown snow, Pikes Peak.
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Simple 2-Column

RoadCommentary
Rampart Range Road (FS 300)This is a wide, graded dirt road suitable to almost all passenger vehicles. I have even seen road motorcycles (not dirt bikes) on this road. The worst objective hazard on this road will be drivers that are speeding, careless, drunk or some combination of these.
Mount Herman Road (FS 320)This road is semi-graded with some rutting, chug-holes and wash-boarding. Most notably, this road is very narrow in places with steep drop-offs. Uphill drivers not only have the right-away but also have the benefit of being on the “inside/mountain-side” of the curves. Downhill drivers are exposed to the steep drop-offs on the “outside” of the road, meaning this can be a more pleasant drive from Monument to Rampart Range Road than in the reverse.
FS 300UThis is a rustic, un-graded road, probably a mining or logging remnant. Though not particularly rocky, the road gets extremely narrow in places, constricted by trees or rock outcroppings. Only a very narrow vehicle, ATV or dirt bike could make it to the base of Soldier Mountain.

Simple 2-Column, Different Orientation

From FlorissantFrom Lake George
  • Less than 1 mile west of Florissant on Hwy 24, turn left/south on CR 46.
  • Follow CR 46 3-4 miles to CR 98.
  • About 1 mile past the junction of CR 98 and CR 61, turn right on FS 244.
  • Follow FS 244 a little more than a mile as it begins ascending the west slope of Blue Mountain, parking in a broad, flattish area before the road steepens.
  • In Lake George, turn left/southwest on CR 96.
  • At a little over 1 mile, take CR 61 due south.
  • CR 61 circles Blue Mountain to its east.
  • About 1 mile past the junction of CR 98 and CR 61, turn right on FS 244.
  • Follow FS 244 a little more than a mile as it begins ascending the west slope of Blue Mountain, parking in a broad, flattish area before the road steepens.
Rubble chute from bottomRubble Chute Close-UpUpper Rubble Chute
Rubble chute from bottomRubble Chute Close-UpUpper Rubble Chute

National Monument

MonumentState/Location
Admiralty IslandAK
African Burial GroundNY
Agate Fossil BedsNE
Agua FriaAZ
Alibates Flint QuarriesTX
AniakchackAK
Aztec RuinsNM
BandelierNM
Booker T. WashingtonVA
Buck Island ReefVI
CabrilloCA
California CoastalCA
Canyon de ChellyAZ
Canyons of the AncientsCO
Cape KrusensternAK
Capulin VolcanoNM
Carrizo PlainCA
Casa Grande RuinsAZ
Cascade-SiskiyouOR
Castillo de San MarcosFL
Castle ClintonNY
Cedar BreaksUT
ChiricahuaAZ
ColoradoCO
Craters of the MoonID
Devils PostpileCA
Devils TowerWY
DinosaurCO
Effigy MoundsIO
El MalpaisNM
El MorroNM
Florissant Fossil BedsCO
Fort FredericaGA
Fort MatanzasFL
Fort McHenryMD
Fort MoultrieSC
Fort PulaskiGA
Fort StanwixNY
Fort SumterSC
Fort UnionNM
Fossil ButteWY
George Washington BirthplaceVA
George Washington CarverMO
Giant SequoiaCA
Gila Cliff DwellingsNM
Governors IslandNY
Grand Canyon-ParashantAZ
Grand PortageMN
Grand Staircase-EscalanteUT
Hagerman Fossil BedsID
Hanford ReachWA
Hohokam PinaAZ
HomesteadNE
HovenweepCO/UT
Ironwood ForestAZ
Jewel CaveSD
John Day Fossil BedsOR
Kasha-Katuwe Tent RocksNM
Lava BedsCA
Little Bighorn BattlefieldMT
Marianas TrenchAK
Montezuma CastleAZ
Mount Saint HelensWA
Muir WoodsCA
Natural BridgesUT
NavajoAZ
NewberryOR
OcmulgeeGA
Oregon CavesOR
Organ Pipe CactusAZ
Pacific Remote IslandsPacific
PapahanaumokuakeaHI
PetroglyphNM
PinnaclesCA
Pipe SpringAZ
PipestoneMN
Pompeys PillarMT
Poverty PointLA
Prehistoric TrackwaysNM
President Lincoln and Soldiers' HomeDC
Rainbow BridgeUT
Rose AtollAS
Russell CaveAL
Salinas Pueblo MissionsNM
Santa Rosa and San Jacinto MountainsCA
Scotts BluffNE
Sonoran DesertAZ
Statue of LibertyNY/NJ
Sunset Crater VolcanoAZ
Timpanogos CaveUT
TontoAZ
TuzigootAZ
Upper Missouri River BreaksMT
Vermilion CliffsAZ
Virgin Islands Coral ReefVI
Walnut CanyonAZ
White SandsNM
World War II Valor in the PacificHI/AZ/CA
WupatkiAZ
Yucca HouseNM

4x4 Approaches

Approach NameOne-Way MileageOne-Way Elevation Gain4x4 Approach Commentary
CO Rd 71 / Sawmill5 miles1,700 feetClosest of the three approach roads to Lake City. Steep ascent requires low-end climbing gear ratio. Not a good descent route later in the day as narrow road has little to no pull-outs on steepest parts should another 4x4 be encountered.
Rambouilette Park Forest Service Road7 miles1,000 feetSemi-Decommissioned by the Forest Service this road is very faint at times and the driver needs to be attentive to stay on-course. Lower sections near CO Hwy 149 are somewhat steep and rocky, but there are more opportunities to find pull-outs if an uphill vehicle is encountered.
Via Spring Creek Pass6.5 miles1,200 feetWe did not utilize this route, the furthest of the three from Lake City. Please send a note if you have commentary to share about this approach.

Old Black: Flowers

Touch-Me-NotAstorGoldenrod
Meadow Ridge CampgroundThunder Ridge Campground
• 19 campsites • 9,200 feet elevation • Season: Generally early May through September • $15 per night, per site • Amenities include tables, fire grates, drinking water, latrines, and trash collection • 21 campsites • 9,200 feet elevation • Season: Generally early May through September • $15 per night, per site • Amenities include tables, fire grates, drinking water, latrines, and trash collection

Weather Test

2011-11-19T20:14:09-07:00 current observations and forecast Denver-Boulder, CO http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou http://www.nws.noaa.gov/forecasts/xml/ point1 Loveland Pass, CO Loveland Pass 11018 http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.68&lon=-105.88 k-p6h-n1-1 2011-11-19T21:00:00-07:00 2011-11-26T18:00:00-07:00 k-p6h-n1-2 2011-11-19T21:00:00-07:00 2011-11-26T18:00:00-07:00 k-p12h-n14-1 2011-11-19T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-20T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-20T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-21T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-21T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-22T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-22T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-23T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-23T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-24T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-24T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-25T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-25T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-26T06:00:00-07:00 k-p24h-n7-1 2011-11-19T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-20T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-21T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-22T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-23T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-24T18:00:00-07:00 2011-11-25T18:00:00-07:00 k-p24h-n7-2 2011-11-20T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-21T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-22T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-23T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-24T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-25T06:00:00-07:00 2011-11-26T06:00:00-07:00 Daily Minimum Temperature 15 16 19 15 19 17 9 Daily Maximum Temperature 30 31 29 37 36 26 24 12 Hourly Probability of Precipitation 50 30 30 60 30 Weather Type, Coverage, Intensity Conditions Icon http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nsn50.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/sn30.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nsn30.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/sn60.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nsn30.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/few.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nfew.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/few.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nfew.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/sct.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nsn.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/sn.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/nsn.jpg http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/sct.jpg Watches, Warnings, and Advisories http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=COZ034&warncounty=COC019&firewxzone=COZ212&local_place1=Loveland+Pass+CO&product1=Hazardous+Weather+Outlook Watches, Warnings, and Advisories http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=COZ034&warncounty=COC019&firewxzone=COZ212&local_place1=Loveland+Pass+CO&product1=Short+Term+Forecast Text Forecast A 50 percent chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 15. Wind chill values as low as -1. Southwest wind between 15 and 17 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. Total nighttime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. A 30 percent chance of snow. Partly sunny, with a high near 30. Wind chill values as low as -1. West southwest wind between 10 and 18 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. A 30 percent chance of snow, mainly after 11pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 16. West wind between 10 and 15 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Snow likely, mainly after 11am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 31. West wind between 6 and 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. A 30 percent chance of snow, mainly before 11pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 19. West northwest wind between 6 and 9 mph. Sunny, with a high near 29. Mostly clear, with a low around 15. Sunny, with a high near 37. Mostly clear, with a low around 19. Mostly sunny, with a high near 36. A chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 17. A chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 26. A chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 9. Mostly sunny, with a high near 24. point1 Copper Mountain (12,400 feet), CO 12074 http://www.nws.noaa.gov/data/obhistory/KCCU.html k-p1h-n1-1 2011-11-19T20:45:00-07:00 27 12 54 Weather Type, Coverage, Intensity 10.00 Conditions Icon http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/novc.jpg 200 29.95 26 13

Green Valley Weather

MonthAvg HighAvg LowMeanPrecipRec HighRec Low
Jan66°F40°F53°F0.94 in88°F (1927)6°F (1913)

Images

Rainbow over Gates Pass