As the saying goes even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in awhile. Hiding in plain sight this prehistoric pictograph looked out of place amongst ski runs and million dollar log homes. Local experts confirmed this undocumented bison and anthropomorph rock painting was probably done by the Fremont people who lived and foraged in the Utah area over a 1000 years ago.
Colorado’s largest and deepest natural lake is what else a mountain lake. Located just south of Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake was believed to be the dwelling place for the departed by the Ute people. Now connected to two reservoirs (Shadow Mountain and Lake Granby), Grand Lake is a recreational hotspot 2-3 hours west of Denver.