The Moxies, Lisa, Gina, MaryAnne, Penny, Nancy, Jill, Jane Marie, Marcie, Kyla, Mary and myself, enjoyed a mostly sunny day out on the trail. Our route options included Rolling Pass at 12,589' and 4.86 miles round trip and Jura Knob at 12,614' and 8.12 miles round trip. The Rico-Silverton trail starts at 10,659' with a creek crossing and moderately climbs through spruce trees until entering the meadow at .8 miles. The trail then climbs steeply up the valley passing waterfalls and wildflowers before reaching Rolling Pass. From the Pass it is another .3 miles along the Colorado Trail/Engineer Pass Trail. This section of trail didn't require any steep climbing as the trail meandered through rocky outcroppings and along a pond. After the pond, we left the main trail and made our own route to the summit of Jura knob which was another 1.53 miles. Both options rewarded the hikers with impressive views of the surrounding peaks. And guess what? I got time to eat my 1/2 Peanut butter and jelly sandwich today. It was a long day and thanks to our leader Lisa and our drivers: Jill, Mary and Marcie for all contributing to another great day in the mountains.