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Photos: Northwest Colorado from above

Eariler this month, Ecoflight and Friends of the Yampa flew across Northwest Colorado in a small plane with a mounted camera and took these photos hoping to educate and advocate for the river.

The White River winds west out of the Flat Tops Mountains, seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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The Yampa River carves through the landscape of Dinosaur National Monument, seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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The Yampa River in western Moffat County is shown during an Ecoflight tour of Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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The Flat Tops Mountains are shown here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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Sable Point, a cliff in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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Trappers Lake, also known as "Cradle of Wilderness," lies entirely within the Flat Tops Wilderness area, as seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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Stillwater Reservoir is a popular summer trailhead to access the Flat Tops Wilderness area, shown here during an Ecoflight tour of Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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The Flat Tops Mountains, seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4.
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Xcel Energy's Hayden Station, seen here from a camera mounted on an Ecoflight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4. The two generators are scheduled to close by the end of 2028.
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