We took a drive on Saturday above Marble, CO heading over Lead King Basin which was a first for me. I've been up and over Schofield Pass several times, but hadn't made it to Lead King which is just the next valley over. The road on the way up is smooth but steep, lot of switchbacks and it gains elevation quick! We topped out at the summit close to 11,000 feet and took a little lunch break, taking in the views. There was still plenty snow on some of the surrounding mountain tops and the wildflowers were in bloom. As we headed back down the backside, a massive high-mountain Summer storm rolled over the mountains, the temperature dropped and it started raining. After the rain cleared there was a lot of steam rising off the snowy mountain above, that was neat to see!