Rollins Pass East
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“The train followed steep switchbacks to quickly gain elevation: Giant’s Ladder was how the train ascended the Atlantic slope of the Continental Divide and the great Southern Rocky Mountains. The train crossed trestles and continued the punishing climb. After completing a near circle around an idyllic alpine lake, the train snaked through paths cut through the krummholz and columbine flowers blooming beside massive snowdrifts. The train threaded the eye of the needle: a small 170-foot-long tunnel above the tree line, then crossed two trestles that precipitously clung to a mountainside and reached the summit at Corona….” (description of Rollins Pass East, Rollins Pass, page 9)
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