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Trail Ridge Divide 48X32 *D

Manufacturer: Circle Graphics
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SKU: 125-1210365
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$115.99
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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Trail Ridge Divide 48x32 from Eric Tyler Photography.
  • Photographed at 12,044 feet on the Continental Divide between Iceberg Pass and the summit of the highest continuous highway in the U.S., Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.
  • Spectacular views overlooking Forest Canyon, Rainbow Curve, Lava Cliffs, and the distant Longs Peak, Stones Peak, and Never Summer Mountains in the Gore Range.
  • The road follows the North Fork of the Colorado River and links the Kawuneeche Valley near Grand Lake to the Hidden Valley of Estes Park, a 48 mile route formerly used by Arapaho Indians known as the Dog Trail.

**Available to Direct Ship Anywhere in the US**

  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Trail Ridge Divide 48x32 from Eric Tyler Photography.
  • Photographed at 12,044 feet on the Continental Divide between Iceberg Pass and the summit of the highest continuous highway in the U.S., Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.
  • Spectacular views overlooking Forest Canyon, Rainbow Curve, Lava Cliffs, and the distant Longs Peak, Stones Peak, and Never Summer Mountains in the Gore Range.
  • The road follows the North Fork of the Colorado River and links the Kawuneeche Valley near Grand Lake to the Hidden Valley of Estes Park, a 48 mile route formerly used by Arapaho Indians known as the Dog Trail.

**Available to Direct Ship Anywhere in the US**

Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Artist's NameEric Tyler
Dimensions32" H x 48" W x 1.5" D
Width48
Height32
Depth1.5
ShapeRectangle
Artwork StylePhotography
Artwork Size32 x 48
OrientationLandscape
SubjectLandscapes
Collection Details
Eric Tyler
Colorado

Eric's images reflect his passion for adventure, wilderness, wildlife, and travel throughout the country. Early childhood experiences with the outdoors and photography led him to explore the US and to finally set roots with his family in Colorado in 2007. Eric began his professional career on the East Coast as an architectural and real estate photographer after studying architecture and photography at Penn State University. His extensive photographic portfolio spans from the coasts of New England, through the peaks and canyons of the west, to the backcountry of Alaska. Today Eric spends as much time as possible fueling his sense of discovery exploring, photographing, and sharing the remote landscapes and natural wildlife of the Rocky Mountain Region.

Collection Description
Eric Tyler Photography