Our Beloved Gazebo!
Stones, Bones and Wood!
Rampart Range Road
Welcome to Green Mountain Falls
Green Mountain Falls.org is dedicated to promoting this great little town on the side of Pikes Peak. An excellent place to live and raise a family, Green Mountain Falls is a small mountain town and that is close enough to attractions and job market of Colorado Springs. Visitors have known Green Mountain Falls as a fantastic destination for a long time - an excellent choice for seekers of a wonderful mountain vacation.
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This is the webcam of a backyard in Buena Vista, Colorado. It faces west toward the Sawatch Range Visit this page directly here: Colorado Webcam.
Green Mountain Falls Photo Gallery
Growing Up In Green Mountain Falls
Bobby Jackson grew up in Green Mountain Falls and is currently stationed in Oklahoma. He submitted the photo above with some heartfelt reflections on how much he misses the town he grew up in.
You can read Bobby's writings and view the photo at a larger size here: Growing Up In Green Mountain Falls.
Kermit The Frog Mountain
Look... It's Kermit The Frog Mountain! Do you see Kermit? You can't miss it as you're driving westbound on State Highway 24. Kermit is laying on his back with his head to the left and his big stomach to the right. Hee hee! We are not sure what the official name is of this mountain, but if you're a local ... ;) You can a larger photo here.
Scenic Wilkerson Pass
I took this picture a few years ago on a wintery day at the Wilkerson Pass summit. The day before, there had been a snowstorm and the sun highlighted the "white blanket" of snow almost perfectly! (Click this link to see a larger photo.)
Way out in the distance are 14ers Mt. Shavano & Tabeugauche Peak, Mt. Antero and Mt. Princeton. The land in the more immediately foreground is known as South Park, a vast and rural region of Park County that sits over 8,500+ feet as a large desert-like plateau. The "V" shaped dipped in the purple mountains all the way to the right is the Trout Creek Pass summit.
Green Mountain Falls Gazebo
The Green Mountain Falls gazebo. Photo taken July 7, 2006.
Beautiful Green Mountain Falls
It was yet another fairly warm day today on March 1, 2006! Here's one photo taken inside the town center. Click here to see a larger photo.
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