Sprague Lake - Rocky Mountain National Park
Submitted by Aaron Norris

Oct. 30

The correct answer is:  The Continental Divide.

The mountains that make up the range are (left-to right): Taylor Peak (highest elevation at 13,158 feet), Otis Peak, Hallett Peak — (named after William Hallett, founder of the Rocky Mountain Club, the first mountaineering organization (1896) in Colorado) — Flattop Mountain, and Notchtop Mountain. In the foreground of the range is a hill named Blerstadt Moraine. You can also enjoy a scenic half-mile walk around the pristine 13-acre lake Sprague Lake.  

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