My wife and I hiked a new trail yesterday, the Spruce Mountain Loop in Spruce Mountain Open Space, in Larkspur, Colorado. The 5.5-mile loop took us to the top of the 7,605 mountain, one of the eastern most mountains in the Front Range. I took this 180 degree panorama using a Canon 6D DSLR camera and a Canon 7-40mm lens. This center of the photo is dead east, while the left and right sides show the view north and south, respectively. You can just see Pikes Peak on the right if you zoom in on the image.

Red Mountain is a 7,375 foot mountain in the foothills of the Colorado Front Range that overlooks the town of Manitou Springs. It lies just south of the Manitou Incline and offers great views of the many hikers ascending the grueling trail that ascends nearly 2,000 feet in just one mile. The summit of Red Mountain features the graffitied remains of the old summit house. I took this photo using a Canon 6D DSLR camera and a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens. 

I took this panoramic photo from the top of Pikes Peak, the 14,115 foot mountain that dominates the western horizon in Colorado Springs. This is looking northwest, towards the next chain of Rocky Mountains after the Front Range where Pikes Peak is found. I took this photo with a Canon 70D DSLR camera and Canon EF-S 17-55mm lens. 

I took this panoramic photo of the 12,007 foot Mount Craig, aka "Mount Baldy," and the Colorado River while hiking the East Inlet Trail near Grand Lake, Colorado. I used a Canon 6D and a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens.

The East Wall of Arapahoe Basin in Keystone, Colorado. Arapahoe Basin is a popular ski resort known for staying open longer than any other in the Colorado, often until June and sometimes early July, thanks to its higher elevation. The East Wall's summit reaches 13,050 feet. I created this panorama by stitching together three photos taken back in March of 2015, using a Canon T3i DSLR and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm lens.

The view of Colorado Springs and the Front Range as seen from the Tava Trail on the bluffs of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus. This is a six-image panorama I took with a Canon 77D and Canon EF-S 17-55mm lens.

A panoramic photo I took while hiking the Crags Trail in Divide, Colorado. I stitched together 16 photos taking with a Canon 70D and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm lens to produce this panorama.

An 18-photo panorama of the Garden of the Gods and Pikes Peak taken from the Mesa Overlook with a Canon 6D and a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens.

I went hiking a couple weekends ago in Red Rock Canyon Open Space a couple days after a big snow storm and took this massive of the park nestled against the foothills of Pikes Peak. I stitched together 15 photos taken with a Canon 6D and a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens.

This panorama shows the view looking east from the summit of Mount Herman a  9063 foot mountain overlooking Monument, Colorado. This is a great area to hike, but one I do far less since the unsolved murder of a cyclist near the trailhead in 2017. I stitched together 26 photos to create this panorama using a Canon 70D and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm lens.