Text on back: Tundra Curves on Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park. At its highest elevation (12,183 ft.), the nation’s highest auto road passes through miles of tundra, whose flora and fauna are similar to the Alaskan tundra. This portion of the scenic highway is never covered by snow because of the continual wind at this elevation. Vintage postcard is unused and in good condition with slight edge/corner wear.
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