We traveled up almost to 10,000 feet elevation where we stopped at the Medicine Wheel. This was made by the Indians around 1200 AD and was a place they went to when they prayed for healing, forgiveness, and other spiritual things. This is part of the National Park Service and is monitored by the Park Rangers. To see the Medicine Wheel requires a hike of about a mile and there was still snow on the ground. The view of the valley below was fantastic.