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Kenosha Pass Fall Colors | Kenosha Pass Hike

A few weeks ago our little family for three adventured up to Kenosha pass along with the rest of Colorado to see the beautiful aspen trees change colors with the cool fall air sweeping the Colorado mountains.

We ended up hiking the west side of 285 of Kenosha Pass which was gorgeous but I think even in late September we missed the peak season for the aspen trees at the beginning of the hike. Thankfully there were still some beautiful colors towards the top of the mountain peak.

Olive of course had a blast walking by herself and occasionally riding on dad’s shoulders.

Like all adventures with small children leaving the house was quite an accomplishment and the hour and half car ride from Denver to Kenosha Pass was not the easiest one. But, I am thankful we all made it to see the beautiful fall colors at Kenosha Pass.

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Hey, I’m Lumalia, the main voice behind Celebrate Again. I call myself a connection architect because I have a deep passion for guiding us all to fall back in love with life through states of beauty, but many of us are far from feeling at home in our own bodies, so we seek to find safety in others. 

Yikes, that’s scary, I know; I did that for three decades, too, until I returned home to myself.

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