Echo Mountain Park was a busy place last Saturday. Outdoor enthusiasts came from miles around to hazard its plunging slopes and partake of its sweeping vistas.
In place of skis, they wore hiking shoes. Breezy T-shirts replaced bulky jackets. Sweat-soaked bandanas substituted for woolen caps. It's August, after all, and snow is scarce on Squaw Pass Road. So what brought those summer sojourners to Clear Creek County's newest winter playground? It was the mountain area's inaugural Climb to Conquer Cancer, an uplifting experience in more ways than one.
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