Updated: Jun 1, 2020
One of the most photographed spot, still beautiful and remains timeless. This place has our heart and is one of our favorite destinations to visit.
We have been to Maroon Bells so many times but it never fails to disappoint us with its breathtaking beauty. We have seen different seasons there and they were all just magical. There is lot more I could say but I will let the pictures speak for itself.
This was in November 2008 when it was snowing.
In Fall, way back in September of 2009.
In early Fall, taken in September of 2010.
In summer, taken in July of 2011.
In Fall, taken in October of 2011. We were there well before the sunrise and experienced the amazing sun rays fall on the mountain top giving it a bright glow. The reflection of Maroon bells in Maroon Lake was captured beautifully here.
In Fall, take in September of 2019 when Maroon lake was no longer fuller.
Maroon Bells is a beautiful, breathtaking adventure. In summer, you can take the bus tour up to the Bells. Don't forget your Camera or Smartphone.
To get to the bells, you can take the Maroon RFTA bus which departs every 20 minutes from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
You are welcome to drive your own car. The charge is $10 per vehicle fee. But private vehicles are restricted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Go early or stay late, you will get magazine cover worthy photos with Maroon bells reflection over the Maroon Lake.
Fall season is typically the busiest due to the changing Aspen trees.