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Colorado National Monument A vlog exploring the stunning Colorado landscape

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Traveling Videographer, UPTRN

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This video is our latest long form video as we continue to learn what it takes to shoot, edit, and craft a good piece of visual story telling. Hope you enjoy, any feedback is welcome.

The Colorado National Monument was a sight to behold. The canyons, spires, and monoliths stood tall against the red rock landscape. It was as if nature had carved its own masterpiece, a testament to the power of time and erosion.

As the sun set, the rocks glowed a deep shade of red, casting long shadows across the land. The air was crisp and clear, and the stars shone like diamonds in the sky. It was a place of raw beauty, where man was reminded of his insignificance in the grand scheme of things.

The Colorado National Monument was a reminder that nature always prevails, and that even the strongest of rocks can be worn down by the passage of time. It was a place to contemplate the mysteries of life and to be humbled by the majesty of the natural world.

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1 year ago (edited)
Founder, Travel Massive

Hi Daryle, thanks for sharing your vlog.

I really enjoyed it! I'm not as familiar with Colorado but it looks like fantastic hiking.

Does the altitude make it more difficult (starting at 4700 ft) than hiking from sea level?

1 year ago
Traveling Videographer, UPTRN

Hello Ian, thank for the comment.

Altitude can be an issue for some folks for sure. Especially people who travel to Colorado from sea level and then do a hike or ski at altitude almost as soon as they get to Colorado. Everyone is different though. But many people hike one of Colorado's many 14ers (peaks over 14,000 Ft) every day and though they my have a headache or slight altitude sickness it can endured because the time at such extreme altitude is so short.

These days many outdoor shops and visitor centers sell canned oxygen to help with this but I think it is mostly a marketing gimmick. The most useful thing someone can do is be and stay well hydrated.

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Colorado National Monument was posted by Daryle Dickens in Video , Colorado , United States , Hiking , Outdoors , Nature . Featured on Mar 16, 2023 (1 year ago). Colorado National Monument is not rated yet.