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Photo by William Edward Hook

Near Clyde station, 30 miles from Colorado Springs, altitude 9,440 feet, is one of the most beautiful and interesting spots in Colorado.

The rocks, torn by tempest and eroded by the winds of a thousand years, rear their heads in all manner of fantastic shapes. The Bison and Middle Beaver creeks, which flow through the park, are good trout streams.

A novel attraction is the perpetual ice cavern at the base of one of the spires. Ice formed in the winters remains solid all summer.

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