In the full version, there are many links from this place, but in this version you can see the stories of Doc Nancy and Bridget O'Shanty.
The tallest mountain in the Elk Range at 14,569 feet, Crow's Mountain looms over the Crystal River Valley. This mountain is comprised of three separate peaks, each held sacred by the Utes. First climbed by Martin Crow and party July 9th, 1844. Martin was injured in the climb, and his wife Mabel could not nurse him back to health. Martin Crow, one of the last to search for the legendary wealthy cities of the Indians, died at the foot of Crow's Mountain on July 25th, 1844.
Return to the beginning of the Marble Springs demonstration.