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A brief history of Colorado. The Colorado River, passing through the states of Arizona and Utah, has left engraved on the rock the geological history of America. The dozen of natural parks that today protect the most spectacular stretch of river harbor canyons, pinnacles and high plains with 2,000 million years of age. This fact is even more impressive when you leave behind the steel and glass landscape of Las Vegas - the nearest airport - on the way to Flagstaff, 400 kilometers to the southeast. University city and stage of the legendary Route 66, Flagstaff is the anteroom of the Grand Canyon National Park, two hours away by car. From its Rim Trail, the trail that follows the northern edge of the canyon, several viewpoints overlook the colossal river gap, 446 kilometers long and 1,829 meters deep.  Highway 89 leads in three hours to the city of Page. It sits on the south shore of Lake Powell, which dammed the waters of the Colorado and has left in sight enclaves that would otherwise be flooded, such as the dreamlike Vermilion Cliffs. The veins that color vermilion cliffs of this reserve envelop in a delicious psychedelia to those who undertake the five-day trek through the area. Stone passages Territory of the Navajo Indians for almost two thousand years, the Colorado region remained unexplored by the white man until 1540, when a group commanded by the Spanish García López de Cárdenas came after the legend of the seven gold cities. The Navajo Indians resisted evangelization and the power of the Spaniards but, in the middle of the 19th century, they had to surrender to the American army and the colonists who arrived later. The uniqueness of Bryce Canyon are the hoodos, pinnacles that sometimes reach the height of a building One of those pioneers was the Mormon Ebenezer Bryce, who settled near the canyon that now bears his name, declared a national park in 1926 and located four hours on Highway 89. The uniqueness of Bryce Canyon are the hoodos, pinnacles that sometimes they reach the height of a building and other times they achieve shapes with imaginative names like Hammer of Tor. A panoramic route crosses the perimeter of the amphitheater where these needles meet. Back in the city of Page, the second part of the trip could be devoted to knowing the Navajo Nation Reserve, a territory that includes several parks managed by that Indian town. Antelope Canyon is the closest to Page and also one of the most visited by its narrow and twisted gorges, 40 meters high and with openings that only allow sunlight to pass at noon. The excursions that go into the two ravines that compose it must be done in the company of a guide, because a sudden storm could flood them in a matter of minutes. Highway 98 and then 160 travel 33 kilometers to one of the scenarios that are most familiar to the traveler: Monument Valley. Its plains, punctuated by eroded plateaus (mesas) that are cut out on the horizon, were converted into an emblem of the Wild West thanks to the cinema, and especially to the westerns that John Ford filmed between 1940 and 1960. The visitor center of the Navajo Monument Valley Tribal Park, in addition to spreading the culture and history of the Navajo people, proposes to enter the reserve in the company of a Navajo guide, with vehicle or on horseback. At this point, after having seen and walked through parks with such diverse landscapes, it is possible that the desire to contemplate the Grand Canyon again may arise. The Desert View viewpoint - 40 kilometers from Canyon Village - is the best place to fulfill this inevitable desire. It is probably the point where the Spanish explorer López de Cárdenas contemplated the Colorado River for the first time, meandering at the bottom of the deep gully like a golden serpent. Please visit my realtors Loveland Co blog post. Also my acreage in Loveland Colorado blog post and my Loveland horse property for sale post. Also we have a heron lakes berthoud real estate post.

Mountain Property Northern Colorado

Waking daily to a beautiful mountain view is certainly a priveledge that few will enjoy.  These powerful giants rise all over the world, also in the ocean. They tend to have inclined slopes and sharp or rounded ridges, and a high point called peak or summit. Most geologists classify a mountain as a land formation that rises at least 300 meters or more above the surrounding area. A mountain range is a series or chain of mountains that are close to each other. How are mountains formed in mountain property northern Colorado? The world's highest mountain ranges are formed when parts of the earth's crust-called plates-collide with each other in a process called plate tectonics, and rise like the bonnet of a car in a frontal collision. The Himalayas, in Asia, were formed from a massive collision like this one that started about 55 million years ago. Thirty of the highest mountains in the world are in the Himalayas. The summit of Everest, 8,850 meters, is the highest point on the planet. The highest mountain, measured from base to top, is the Mauna Kea, an inactive volcano on the island of Hawaii, in the Pacific Ocean. The Mauna Kea, measured from its base, is 10,203 meters high, although it only rises to 4,205 meters above sea level.  Volcanic mountains form when molten rock from the interior of the Earth erupts through the crust and accumulates on itself. The islands of Hawaii were formed from underwater volcanoes and the islands that we see on water are now the tops of these volcanoes. Among the most known volcanoes on earth are Mount St. Helena, in the state of Washington, and Mount Fuji in Japan. Sometimes volcanic eruptions break the mountains instead of building them, like the 1980 eruption that destroyed the top of Mount St. Helena. When the magma pushes the crust up but hardens before erupting on the surface, it forms the so-called domes. The domes are subjected to wind and rain, which sculpt peaks and valleys. Some examples of domes are the Black Hills of South Dakota and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. The plateau mountains are similar to the domes, but they are formed when the convergence of the tectonic plates raises the ground without folding or failures. Next, he models climate and erosion. Other types of mountains are formed when the tension within and between the tectonic plates causes cracks and faults in the earth's surface, which causes the rock blocks to rise or fall. Examples of fault block mountains include the Sierra Nevada mountain range, in California and Nevada, the Tetons in Wyoming and the Harz mountains in Germany. 

Waterfront Property Northern Colorado

  The World Health Organization, the European Union, the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity, Europarc Spain and continuous scientific studies confirm that living as close as possible to nature improves the health of people and mitigates the negative effects of pollution, climate change and stress. The most recent and complete report to date for the European Commission (EC), specifically by the Institute for European Environmental Policy, confirms that nature reduces stress levels, and even states that enjoying a short break while walking in a green area can have positive effects on physical and mental well-being. It has been shown that living near these areas provides benefits on concentration and mood. . Enjoying a short break from work in a green area can have positive effects on well-being and mood. We should not think only of large pristine and forested spaces as places to find this "natural medicine". Peter James, is a researcher at the Harvard School of Public Health (United States), author of one of the most comprehensive studies published to date, which concluded that women living in "greener" areas had a twelve-year mortality rate percent less than those who live in other "less green" ones. This is why it is great to live in waterfront property northern Colorado style.

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The bottom line is that Northern Colorado is full of wonderful real estate.

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