One of the crown jewels along the Glacier Gorge trail in Rocky Mountain National Park in the United States, and only one of 156 lakes in the park, Mills Lake may well be the most spectacular. The lake is named in honor of Enos Mills (1870-1914). Considered the father of Rocky Mountain National Park, he struggled for six years to educate the public and the US Congress of the importance of setting aside large land areas for the preservation of scenery and wildlife. He was also an author, photographer, nature guide, innkeeper, lecturer, and adventurer.
Surrounded by Longs Peak, the "Keyboard of the Winds," Chiefs Head, McHenrys Peak and Thatchtop Mountain, perhaps no other lake has a more amazing backdrop. This image was captured in June,...
" The mountains are calling and I must go. "
— John Muir
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