The Maroon Bells are the most photographed place in all of Colorado. Photographs, however, are unable to truly capture the majesty of this geologic wonder. The result of 300 million years of geologic erosion, the Bells are a work of art that have inspired adventurers for generations. With 14,000 foot peaks and reflective glacial pools the Maroon Bells are an ideal destination for fisherman, hikers, and anyone who enjoys a beautiful view. The valley hosts moose and deer and is a stunning landscape, encapsulating staggering peaks, clear water, and fields of wildflowers that draw people from near and far. This addition on Eagle Mountain will help define the existing wilderness along topographical contours.