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Rabbit Ears Pass

Rabbit Ears Pass

Rabbit Ears Pass straddles the Continental Divide at the southern end of the Park Range. The name is taken from nearby Rabbit Ears Peak, upper right, prominently visible from the east side of the pass in good weather. At an elevation of 9500 feet, Spring comes late, but in a profusion of wildflowers including Lupine, Paintbrush and Western wallflower. Photo © copyright by Robert Faucher.

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