Photo of the Day: Kebler Colors

The aspen grove at Kebler Pass is recognized as one of the largest living organisms in the world. Aspens do not produce seeds like other trees. Instead, they proliferate by vegetative regeneration, meaning the roots of one tree spread and sprout new trees. All of the trees of a given colony are clones of one another and the boundaries of a given colony become clear in autumn as the entire colony changes colors simultaneously.