This view of the Cucharas Valley and the Sangre de Christos was captured from the International Space Station May 18, 2005 at 3:01:09pm Mountain Time from an altitude of 216 statute miles with a 400mm lens on a Kodak DCS760C Electronic camera. To prevent the image from being too cluttered, I left off the notation for Blue Lake which is located just to the right (north) of the point where FR 436 cuts off from FR 422.
The remainder of FR 436 which winds around the base of Trinchera Peak above timberline is buried under the snow.
FR 415 runs from Cucharas Pass to Cordova Pass and then on to Aguilar and I-25.
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